Marriage

Category: Marriage

Divorce is difficult, no matter the cause. Whether you were married three months or ten years, whether you have a lot of shared property or very little, and whether or not you have children. Separating from a spouse is an emotionally challenging, fin...

Getting Divorced? What You Need to Know About Alimony Tax Changes

Under the new tax law, alimony payments are no longer deductible or taxable transfers. Here’s an overview of the changes and what they mean for divorced couples as well as those considering a divorce. What’s Changing? Under the Tax Cuts a...

Tax Changes for New Parents

Having kids changes a lot of things (well, everything), taxes included. Even if your baby is born on December 31st, you can claim them in April for the 2016 last year. Read below to learn how your taxes will change now and in the future. Medical Expe...

The Tax Benefits of Homeownership

Although renting is becoming the standard, especially in major cities (65% in some), homeownership comes with its perks no matter where you live. Read below to understand the many tax benefits of owning a home, whether you are already a homeowner or ...

Newly Wed? How to Approach Your Taxes Next Year

Getting married changes many things, including your financial situation – a joint account, home ownership, a shared budget, and countless other firsts can come into play. Many newlywed couples are curious about the best way to go about taxes; i...

In Tax Trouble With Your Spouse?

Love and Marriage May Bring Tax Trouble. Know Your Options. After you say “I Do,” give that sweet kiss, and come back from the honeymoon, you and your spouse will have a whole lifetime together to make money, spend money, and unwillingly ...

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