As long as you are married on December 31st of the tax year you may file for a joint tax return, but both spouses should know how this can affect them financially in the future.
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Though there are some general precepts, the rules and laws of divorce taxation can often be exceedingly complex. Click to find out if your income taxes could be affected by your divorce.
With so many questions on divorce and how it affects your taxes, this article compiles a list of commonly asked questions, and points to a person who can answer them: a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.
Tax blackmail usually results in collateral damage to both sides of your case due to joint tax returns being signed. Click to read on how to handle tax blackmail.
Are spousal and child support taxable in California? If so, is there any way to structure support payments to my ex to lower my taxes?
Are New York alimony and child support are taxable? If so, is there is any way of structuring support payments to lower my taxes?
Whoever gets the children or has to pay child support in your divorce will have a large effect on the income taxes of both parents.
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