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Hurricane harvey tax relief

The devastation of Hurricane Harvey will be felt for years to come. While relief efforts are underway to assist victims of the storm the Internal Revenue Service has also established procedures, via announcement or news relief, to assist those adversely impacted.

Does my settlement impact my taxes?

During settlement, the client may still have a few questions. One of the most common questions that I am asked is, “How will this impact my taxes?” This is a great question and one I’m glad to answer.

An overview of sole proprietor taxation

A blog post about responsibilities of a sole proprietor reporting business income and losses in tax returns.

How will divorce affect my credit?

A blog post about how divorce proceedings can take a toll on your credit.

Child support and taxes: an overview

A blog post about filing taxes after divorce with child support.

Alimony and your taxes: what you should know

A blog post about what is or is not tax deductible in a divorce settlement agreement.

Divorce legal fees and tax deductions: an overview

A blog post about what fees can be tax deductible and which cannot.

Irs again encourages taxpayers with offshore accounts to come clean and tell all

It is perfectly legal for a U.S. citizen or resident to hold money, securities, real estate, insurance policies, annuities, business interests or other lawful property or investments outside the territorial jurisdiction of the United States

Common tax considerations in divorce

A blog post about what fees and payments are tax deductible during divorce.