If you want the flexibility to use your divorce agreement to reduce future tax liabilities, you’ll need to move fast: you only have until the end of 2018 to execute your divorce agreement to take advantage of the old, more favorable US tax laws. In this case, time really IS money!
Tax and Divorce
If you’re planning to divorce, you may want to hasten your proceedings to take advantage of pre-TCJA alimony tax treatment. Here’s why.
Congress has made significant changes to the Child Tax Credit and dependency exemptions that will matter a lot to divorcing parents. Do you know how the new tax laws will affect you?
The new “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” eliminates the alimony payment deduction for divorces finalized after December 31, 2018. How will that impact divorcing spouses?
The GOP’s new “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” has some good news and some bad news for separated or divorced individuals. Here’s how it could affect you – for better or for worse.
Spousal support, or alimony, is taxable to the recipient and tax deductible to the payer. Child support is not taxable or tax deductible. In other words, alimony is really paid out of your gross income but child support is paid out of your net income. The parties can negotiate their agreement however they want, so […]
First and foremost, assets divided in divorce are tax free. However, each party may incur specific tax implications after they’re already divided up. Some of the most common ones are you have to look at in terms of the house and the house benefits, who gets the house. If one party is assigned the house […]
If a stay-at-home spouse signed joint tax returns during the marriage and it turned out the moneyed spouse was under reporting income or making fraudulent claims, can the innocent spouse be protected from prosecution?
Where there are multiple properties, some owned by one spouse before marriage, some income properties and some family residences or vacation homes, how will these be divided on divorce? Are they all subject to division or are some exempt?
If you are one of the increasing number of married couples going through divorce after 50, making finances your top priority and setting financial goals could help you protect your future.