As Baby Boomers approach the last hurdle before the magic retirement age of 65, it is becoming increasingly newsworthy that growing legions of older Americans are untying the marital… Read More
As you approach your golden years, you realize you may be heading toward divorce. Now you start asking questions: how does one start the process, how much is it going to cost, and how long does it… Read More
Divorcing couples can face enough agony as it is dividing up possessions and agreeing on custody of children, let alone splitting retirement assets.Yet that nest egg often represents a divorcing couple's largest pot of money. And if the process for the division of those assets is not done properly, there can be a steep price to pay in taxes,… Read More
In this article by Jean Chatzky for Fortune.com, Lili Vasileff contributes to the discussion of recent research that finds many more men than women have bank accounts or credit cards that their spouse or live-in partner don’t know about. Should a married woman have a slush fund…a stash of cash that her spouse doesn’t have access to and maybe doesn’t even know… Read More
In the 14 months leading up to their wedding last September, Howard Gutman and his fiancé did what many other engaged couples do. They got down to the business of choosing a venue and hashing out other wedding-related… Read More
It would certainly be nice to think that couples who file their taxes together are more likely to stay together.But at the very least, filing jointly can save you money. And given that financial issues are a classic flashpoint for couples, that can't be a bad… Read More
Every household must work out its own records management system, but some general guidelines can help. A good system will provide an overview of what happens to property after a major life event occurs. Lili offers her advice in her latest blog… Read More
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How the new tax changes will impact planning for divorcing couples
by Lili Vasilef
Ms. Vasileff, president emeritus of the national Association of Divorce Financial Planners, and nationally acclaimed author, speaker and practitioner at www.divorceandmoneymatters.
It is difficult… Read More
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