Divorce Tax Planning
Divorce is an emotional rollercoaster and tax consequences of a divorce add stress for everyone involved. Even though taxes are probably the last thing on an individual’s mind, not planning for them can cause even more stress. Tax professionals can help alleviate their client’s stress by being prepared and available when a client comes to you in the midst of divorce to help avoid adverse tax consequences.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the most appropriate filing status for separated or divorced taxpayers.
- Recognize the difference between custodial and noncustodial parent for tax purposes.
- Differentiate between alimony, child support, and property settlements.
- Assess community property state complications.
Includes webinar recording, PowerPoint presentation and Q&A webinar transcript. CPE is issued after exam is successfully completed.
Kathryn Keane, EA