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Alimony is Still Tax Deductible in Massachusetts for State Income Tax Purposes
Alimony is Still Tax Deductible in Massachusetts for State Income Tax Purposes

Divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens reviews how alimony is still tax deductible in Massachusetts and other states even after the change in federal deductibility. This blog has spent considerable time reflecting on the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) on family law. In ...

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    Divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens reviews how alimony is still tax deductible in Massachusetts and other states even after the change in federal deductibility. This blog has spent considerable time ...

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