Till the IRS do us part

05/23/2010 | Forbes

"Spouses generally do not make good business partners," writes Stephen J. Dunn, and taxes are the reason. If there's ever a case involving improper payroll taxes, both partners can be held personally liable, ruining credit for the entire household. Also, if there's a messy divorce, tax laws may encourage one partner to turn informant on underpaid taxes.

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