Month: July 2018

Should You Get a Divorce Now or Later? – The New York Times

  By Paul Sullivan – July 27, 2018 Lawyers and accountants often push their clients to plan for unpleasant events. Better to be prepared now than to pay the consequences later. But the Republican tax law that took effect in January has added a new urgency for wealthy Americans contemplating divorce. Several key changes in the law …

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Financial Surprises for Divorced Women and Women Getting Divorced – Next Avenue

By Laurie ItkinCertified Divorce Financial Analyst July 12, 2018 An astounding 46 percent of divorced women recently surveyed by the online marketplace Worthy said that divorce brought with it financial surprises. I’m a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and collaborated on that survey, and I can report that the women I work with who are getting divorced often tell …

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Existing home sales are down. What does that mean? – Marketplace

    By Nancy Marshall-Genzer July 23, 2018 | 5:18 PM Sales of existing homes fell in June for the third straight month, the National Association of Realtors said today. Sales in June were about 2 percent below where they were a year ago. What are existing homes sales? Existing homes have already been lived in — think used cars. …

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Why Divorce Lawyers Are Advising Their Clients To Finalize Agreements Before 2019 : NPR

  NPR’s Ailsa Chang speaks with New York Times reporter Jim Tankersley, about people rushing to finalize divorces so they can deduct alimony payments before the new tax law kicks in. TRANSCRIPT AILSA CHANG, HOST: Divorce lawyers and accountants have been advising many of their wealthier clients to hurry up and get divorced, like, now or at …

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