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When Married Filing Separately Will Save You Taxes
If you're married, there are circumstances where filing separately can save you money on your income taxes. Read more…

Getting Married: What Newlyweds Need to Know
Getting married? Have you thought about how it will impact your taxes? You may need to select a tax filing status, adjust your withholding and sell your home. Read more…

Video: Taxes & Divorce: Here's What to Know
A divorce can mean new beginnings. It can also mean new tax implications. CPA and TurboTax tax expert Lisa Greene-Lewis has the divorcee's guide to filing taxes after this major life event. Read more…

7 Tax Advantages of Getting Married
There are many good reasons to get married—true love and compatibility being among the best. Here are 7 tax advantages of getting married and tips for making the extended honeymoon a little sweeter when you prepare your tax return. Read more…

Key Tax Tips When Filing for Divorce or Separation
Going through the process of divorce or separation is a trying time for any couple. Between dividing up property, legal proceedings and handling child custody, many people can forget the tax implications as well. You can avoid missteps with the IRS —especially if there's a breakdown in communication between spouses — by keeping in mind a few tax tips. Read more…

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