Recently separated or divorced individuals have a lot of things to think about, including how their new marital status may impact their federal taxes. The Internal Revenue Service has published “Publication 504” which provides information and explanations relating to tax rules, general filing information, and deductions that apply for divorced or separated individuals. Click on the link below to access the publication. Reading an IRS publication is not a valid substitute for obtaining advice from a qualified tax advisor and you should consult one if you have questions. Sessums Black Caballero Ficarrotta, PA prides itself on providing individualized legal representation to clients before, during, and after their dissolution of marriage.
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