• Alan Jacobs

Taxes And Divorce


If you divorced in 2015, there are a few important things to be aware of in order to avoid potential hassles. Robert Bordet offers this quick cheat sheet:

  • Know your filing status.

  • Review your settlement agreement in order to determine who can claim the children as exemptions.

  • Ensure you have an IRS form 8332 signed, if required.

  • Determine the amount of your withholdings on your form W4.

  • Ensure you’ve done estimated payments if your withholding is not enough, or if you’re receiving alimony.

#Divorce #Finances #Taxes

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