Tax Repercussions of Divorce

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Think Glink Media

Divorce is tough enough as it is. Add tax issues to that and you have the makings of a real disaster.

Tax Repercussions for Divorce

First the good news- you CAN split up your assets, you CAN get half of your spouse's retirement, and you CAN keep living in a shared home while children are still living there.

Unfortunately, divorce commplicates shared stocks and assets, and you may face some additional charges for splitting up real estate.

Eva Rosenberg has more details on tax problems you may encounter when splitting up.

http://tax.equifax.com/2010/09/tax-repercussions-of-divorce.html

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Most couples are so busy dealing with the emotional issues they do not stop to consider tax issues.  It's good to have a professional on your side--surprises can be costly.

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