Divorce and Your Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction

Consider Allocation Of Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction When Filing A Divorce Decree In Ohio, and elsewhere, you may be able to deduct the interest paid on the mortgage on your principle residence when filing your tax return.   A deduction is

Tax: Effects of the “Fiscal Cliff” Legislation

Compromise Reached, But How Does It Effect Tax Planning For 2013? In December, 2012, we addressed the looming “fiscal cliff” tax ramifications and potential last-minute tax planning.  With legislation finally passed in late December, in order to prevent widespread tax

Tax Planning: Year End Alert for 2012

Financial Cliff Poses Several Strategies To Consider For End Of Year Tax Planning The end of the year is always a good time to speak with your financial advisor and discuss any potential last minute tax planning that may be

INNOCENT SPOUSE AND IRS

INNOCENT SPOUSE AND IRS INNOCENT SPOUSE: AN INTRODUCTION Financial decisions in a marriage are not always a joint venture; wherein both Husband and Wife cooperate in the decision making. In the first few years of my own marriage, my Husband

Social Security ALERT: No More Annual Earnings Statements

Social Security ALERT. Probate and Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Balmer provides an update on Social Security’s cost cutting move to cease annual earnings statements mailings.

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