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May 2011

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Tax Tips for Divorce (Part 2)

When divorce happens to a small-business owner, you can face significant tax consequences. Some have to do with your business, and some don’t.


In fact, there are more consequences than we can cover in a single article, so this is the second article on divorce-related tax issues.


To see the first article, click here.

How to Split Up Qualified Retirement Plan Accounts without Shooting Yourself in the Foot


Do you have a qualified retirement plan set up for your business—such as a profit-sharing plan, 401(k) plan, or defined benefit pension plan? If so, you will probably be required to give your soon-to-be-ex a percentage of the money in your account as part of the divorce property settlement.


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