An important consideration for a separation or divorce is taxation. During marriage, spouses can be in the dark regarding their household finances and, more specifically, anything their spouse may be hiding from the IRS.
This may come to bite the spouse post separation when the IRS sends you a notice of proposed deficiency, attempting to hold you liable for underreported income to the IRS while you were together. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/what-happens-when-an-ex-spouse-lies-on-their-taxes-in-iowa
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In this video, we cover the following topics: What can I do if the IRS sends me a Notice of Deficiency for my ex’s nonpayment?, What kind of tax debt relief is available for me?, What if I applied for tax debt relief but was rejected?, What are the differences between types of tax debt relief?, Are there limits to when Innocent Spouse Relief is available?, and What is Equitable Relief?
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