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Divorce Taxation.

Divorce Taxation

This complete guide puts at your fingertips on-target explanations, examples, specimen clauses, ready-to-use forms, checklists, and tables, all designed to speed your work, plus tested methods for drafting tax-saving plans for divorced or separated clients. It spells out what to do to nail down top tax benefits for your clients under the most recent tax law rules, and it shows you exactly how to do it. You get clear, step-by-step guidance to help you minimize tax dollars and steer clear of hidden penalties. For example, you will discover: how to protect your client's rights to business or investment property during divorce or separation, how to set up a trust that can save your client thousands in child support payments, how to incorporate estate planning considerations into divorce tax advice, how to deal with retirement and fringe benefits in a property of the Retirement under the provisions of the Retirement Equity Act, and what specific clauses in a divorce agreement will assure the best tax treatment for your client. Because Divorce Taxation is designed in a looseleaf format, it will never go out of date. Monthly Report Bulletins rushes you the latest information on new laws and law changes, rulings and court decisions. When one of these developments calls for a change in the service itself, you'll receive new or revised pages to place in the text at no additional cost.
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Publication:The National Public Accountant
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Apr 1, 1990
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