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Some of life’s biggest changes also impact our taxes, which is why we’ve collected all our best writing about marriage, divorce, and family right here. Find out what really changes when you update your filing status, or learn new tax credits you might have access to when you begin having kids. We have all the tax info necessary to help you with your family and life planning, but we also have live support. Get in touch with one of our tax specialists today for any of your tax debt needs—just use our free live chat feature, located to the bottom right of your screen – or by clicking here.

Category: Marriage & Divorce

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Divorce and Taxes: 5 Post-Divorce Changes to Look Out For
Whatever the cause might be, divorce is difficult. Divorce and taxes, on the other hand? Somehow worse. It doesn’t matter how long you were married, whether or not you shared any property, or whether or not you have children in the picture. Separat...
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Do All Newlyweds Need to File Jointly?
So, you’ve tied the knot. Congratulations! Now, let’s talk about whether you’ll file jointly. A new, joint outlook can bring a lot of exciting changes. Perhaps you and your spouse are moving to a new state, or maybe you’re considering...
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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 ...
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Marriage & Tax Debt: What Are Your Options?
A married couple shares everything in life – and that includes debt. The law sees the two people in a marriage as one entity, sharing the joys and burdens of income, assets, and property. When one spouse has tax debt, it follows that the other spou...
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Taxes and Divorce: 6 Things You Need to Know
As if filing taxes wasn’t enough of a mental exercise, adding in all of the factors of a recent divorce is quite the curveball. We recommend discussing your particular circumstances with your tax professional, but get to know the basics below. Marr...
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