Taxes

  1. State Laws Dictate Division Of Joint Property

    In breakup, divorce or death, community or common law will determine how property ...
  2. With longer lives and women's greater financial independence, divorces at 50+ are soaring.

    Divorce Over 50: Seven Mistakes to Avoid

    With longer lives and women's greater financial independence, divorces at 50+ are ...
  3. Same-sex couples should create the safeguards all married people need, plus a few more. The good news: You may be owed a tax refund.

    Must-Do Financial Moves For Same-Sex Marriages

    Same-sex couples should create the safeguards all married people need, plus a few ...
  4. Married women need to be engaged in their retirement planning, as they're likely to be single later in life due to divorce or the death of a spouse.

    How Women In Transition Should Mind Their Finances

    With roughly 80% of women dying single due to divorce or outliving their spouses, ...
  5. Why Marriage Makes Financial Sense

    Getting married has many financial positives. Here are some of them.
  6. Happily Married? File Taxes Separately!

    Just because you are in love doesn't mean that a joint return is best for both of ...
  1. When am I considered "married" for tax purposes?

    You are generally considered married for tax purposes as long as you were married as of the last day of the year, regardless ...
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