by Ginita Wall, CPA, CFP®, CDFA™
Divorce is difficult enough. What could add to the anxiety that divorce brings? Taxes. If you are one of the many people who recently divorced, this year, as a result you will be
coping with new tax issues, and may even be filing your own tax return for the first time. Here are… Read More
by Alex Kwoka, Attorney at Law, Law Office of Alexandra M. Kwoka
If you are considering separating or divorcing, and/or moving from the marital home with a child or children, thinking about how you will file your tax return is important.
First: When will you separate into two households?
If you move out after June 30 in the tax filing… Read More
CLFG San Diego member Justin Reckers, Director of Financial Planning at Pacific Wealth Management and Managing Director at Pacific Divorce Management, shares this recent article from Forbes Magazine with tips to help women (and men, too) who were divorced in 2012 or going through a divorce now that will help you avoid paying higher taxes than necessary or any potential… Read More