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Tax tips for going through a divorce

Married couples who are separating in Alaska should be aware that tax laws regarding alimony will change for divorce agreements that are completed after the end of 2018. Starting on Jan. 1, 2019, alimony will no longer be tax-deductible for payers or tax-payable for recipients. Experts say that this is likely to mean less money for both parties.

Divorce and dividing assets

Couples in Alaska who are getting a divorce should understand how dividing certain types of assets will affect them tax-wise. For example, many spouses do not pursue their share of other assets in order to retain ownership of the family home. However, because of changes in the tax law, it could more expensive than they thought to own the home.

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