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Asset Protection Tips for Boomers Facing Divorce

February 15, 2014

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The divorce rate is rising most rapidly among the 50+ age group in the U.S., and estate planning experts are advising boomers to look at tax and retirement consequences when creating a favorable settlement for both parties.  Here are some tips: Create a financial plan – focus on long-term planning versus short-term gain.  The last […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Alimony

January 12, 2014

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Alimony is a tool we can use in your divorce to give you the financial boost you need to get on your feet after a divorce. It buys you the time you need to obtain additional education or training and/or to reenter the workforce and become financially self-sufficient. It can also be a way to […]

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Marital Assets You Might Forget

January 9, 2014

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A huge part of your divorce is the division of marital assets (defined as property acquired during your marriage by either of you). Property in New Jersey is divided according to equitable distribution factors. Assets are divided in a way that is fair, but not necessarily 50/50.  Your goal should be to include as many […]

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What the 2014 Tax Horizon may Bring to Businesses – Los Angeles Income Tax Planning and Income Tax Litigation Attorney Bruce Givner

January 9, 2014

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While a tax reform overhaul is still not on Congress’ agenda, like every year new tax changes occur that affect the current as well as future years. Here are four tax issues a business should be considering. Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC): The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is not extended and will expire at the […]

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