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Personal Taxes, from 2018 until 2026

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This is a continuation of our discussion of the final versions of the House and Senate Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (sic) bill. Those are now the law of the land, PL 115-97.

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Love and Marriage… and a prenup?

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I had a few of your readers complaining that my equation to figure out the chances of finding “the one” was too clinical and not romantic enough.  (Yes, some folks don’t want their comments published on the web; I do keep them private.)

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Till Death Do Us Part?

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Betty Thompson would be pissed. Yes, she would. Because, she knew that the best way to have divorce ‘work’ in America was to make things equitable. She worked hard to change the laws in Virginia.  Instead of basing the split of assets from who had the title (which typically was the male, especially when she began her practice) to “equitable distribution”. And, while she knew that alimony had to have a finite limit- and not proceed for decades or for life- that change came slower.

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