When clients divorce, they should be aware of potential complications involving qualified domestic relations orders and investment portfolios with unrealized gains, writes Tracy Stewart, CPA/PFS. CPAs can be in a key position to assess tax implications of property divisions in a divorce but must be aware of ethical issues if both clients want help.
Divorce and taxes: Hidden traps and your map around them
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