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Divorce: How to stay financially secure when you’re splitting up

Getting divorced is an emotional roller-coaster. It also can be a real threat to your personal finances.If you don’t approach your settlement with a clear head and an accurate accounting of your finances, you may find that you can’t afford your new life alone or, just as bad, you could jeopardize the retirement you’re envisioning for yourself in the… Read More

Leaving All the Financial Decisions to One Spouse Is Asking for Trouble

While it's common for one partner to handle most money decisions in a marriage, it's important for planners to make sure to listen to both.It's not uncommon for couples to split up their household duties, with the more money-savvy partner handling the finances. But financial planners say cases where one spouse completely dominates discussions about money and investments while… Read More

A Money Smart Divorce

December is expected to be a busy month for the nation's divorce courts. The tax overhaul enacted late last year eliminated the deduction for alimony, but unlike most provisions in the law, this one doesn't take effect until 2019.As of January 1, the IRS will treat alimony payments in the same manner as it treats child support, which isn't… Read More

Getting divorced? Don’t forget to talk about how you will pay for your kids’ college

Divorce throws a wrench in many long-term plans, from savings to retirement and beyond. If you're divorcing and have children, even if they are young, you should also consider the impact the end of your marriage will have on their college plans.Some states require divorcing couples to address how they will pay for their children's college education in their… Read More

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