Issues to Consider During COVID-19

The new Coronavirus stimulus package, which was recently signed by the President, aims to help those individuals affected by the economic challenges brought on by the pandemic. The stimulus checks will be based on the way you filed your taxes (individually or jointly) and your income. The issues surrounding this topic are complicated and you…

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What Divorced Parents Should Know About FAFSA

For parents, applying for financial aid can be an intimidating task. Many parents will apply for FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, to get financial aid from the federal government for their child’s college education. For divorced parents, there are several things you need to know to help you navigate the process:

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How the 2019 Tax Laws Will Change Divorce

At the end of 2017, the one thing everyone seemed to be talking about was the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act. More specifically, everyone was worried about how the new Act would affect the treatment of alimony. At the end of 2018, the deductibility of alimony for payors ended, as did the inclusion of alimony…

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