Filing tax returns during divorce

Of the many things to consider during divorce, taxes are not typically high on the priority list, at least initially. However, divorce will have a significant impact on your filing status, especially if your divorce is still in process at the end of the tax year. Generally speaking, if you received a final decree of divorce or separate maintenance by the last day of the tax year, you can file as a “single” individual or “head of household.”

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