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Divorce Advice for Taxpayers

Life Events That Can Impact Your Taxes

A change in life circumstances, whether good or bad, can affect your tax return.>> Start Your FREE E-fileHere are some instances where you will need to…


Taxable vs. Non-Taxable Income

What Types of Income Are Subject to Tax?Are you trying to determine whether or not all of your income is taxable? While the IRS considers…


Tips on handling alimony at tax time

The deduction for alimony is not limited to support payments.NEW YORK (MainStreet) — If you are paying alimony you may be able to claim an…


Tax Tip: The head of household loophole you won’t want to use

One spouse in a married couple filing separate returns can file as 'Head of Household,' but the trick isn't a pleasant one.   NEW YORK…


What the dreaded “Fiscal Cliff” means for you

Don't jump off the fiscal cliff ' learn about it!With everyone talking about the fiscal cliff these days, it’s easy to worry we might all…


Divorce and taxes explained | Video

Divorce is a very difficult situation to go through because there are a lot of uncertainties. Unfortunately, there are little uncertainties when dealing with the…


How is a Tax Refund Treated in a Divorce?

If you are in the middle of a separation or divorce, you may wonder how your martial status will affect your tax refund status. In…


Which federal income tax forms does a separated person need to file?

Filing your federal income tax forms when you're separated from your spouse requires a little more decision making than usual. There are several options available…