Filing Taxes After Divorce

Filing Taxes After Divorce

Filing Taxes After Divorce

There are many changes in your tax responsibilities after you go through a divorce. If you complete your divorce on or before Dec. 31 (the final day of the tax year) then you must file as single and can not file a joint return. Not only does your filing status change but you may be transferring ownership of property or other assets, paying or receiving alimony or child support, and managing other costs of the divorce. All of these aspects come into play when filing taxes after divorce.

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2023-10-30T17:16:31+00:00March 29th, 2023|Individual, Tax|

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