The Implications Of The New 2018 Tax Proposal On Your Divorce. Are you planning on continuing your divorce case into next year? The new tax proposal recently unveiled may make you think twice.
Fraudulent tax return preparers are back! Tips On How To Avoid Fraudulent Tax Preparers With this being tax season, the Federal Justice Department urges the public to look out for and avoid fraudulent tax preparers who illegally swindle both their
Tax Returns To Be Amended By IRS To Reflect Same-Sex Marital Status Changes In 2013, in United States v, Windsor, the U.S. Supreme Court found Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act to be unconstitutional. Section 3 defined “marriage”
Are Your Legal Fees From your Divorce Tax Deductible? Tax Deduction Often Overlooked! Generally speaking, the IRS does not allow a write-off for court costs and legal fees stemming from a divorce. It does, however, offer deductions for any portions
What You Can Do To Minimize Your Tax Burden For 2015 It’s now the time of year to consider what you can do to minimize your tax burden for 2015. Following are some of the tax tips you may want