Taxes and Divorce: Six Tips For Women

Filing Taxes After DivorceCLFG 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 penalties.

Read the article here.

The IRS offers a publication via its website for divorced or separated individuals, Publication 504. It covers filing status, exemptions, alimony, and property settlements among its topics. You may find it helpful: get it here