Understanding what money means to you can actually help you set financial goals that are realistic and comfortable for you.
Insurance is among the financial considerations you'll likely need to make during a divorce
Eliminating the deductibility of alimony payments from taxable income is one of the features of the Republican House Tax Reform bill. It is very significant to both payors and recipients of alimony.
In a September 25th decision, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) affirmed an often misunderstood legal tenet i.e., just because the alimony paying ex-spouse starts making more money, the receiving ex-spouse does not automatically get an increase in alimony.
You CAN be a first time home buyer even if you have already owned a house! This is wonderful news for people going through a divorce!
The basics of a pre-nuptial agreement, what it should cover and who should have one are just a few of the questions that will be reviewed in this segment
The marital home - the place where you and your family live - is the true embodiment of marriage. Now, all of sudden, the dream comes to an end and you are being told you may have to sell the home you love so much because you are going through a divorce.
Bringing any marriage to an end is a complex process and one of the greatest challenges in divorce is dealing with the financial implications.
The financial statement is the most important document that the court receives in your case and therefore great care must be taken when filling it out.
It's time to fill out the FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If your child will be attending college between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018, the 2017-2018 FAFSA is now available on line.