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Divorce and taxes redux, prompted by Kim Kardashian's short-lived marriage

As easy as it might be, I will not comment on Kim Kardashian's sham marriage or her television "reality" show or, now in the news, her filing for divorce just 72 days after extravagantly saying "I do."

But since Kim's split from Kris Humphries has so many folks talking, I did want to take the opportunity to note that taxes should be considered any time there's a marital breakup.

Rather than reinvent the wheel, I'm recommending you check out these previous posts (yes, some inspired by other celebrity breakups) and articles on divorce and taxes:

Wow, that's a lot about the tax implications of splitting up.

If you'd like some happier relationship tax news, you can check out:

Here's hoping that you and your significant other always find ways to stay happy together.

But whatever the status of your relationship, remember to take taxes into account.


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Reylan | Florida labor law posters

I'm so disappointed with Kim and why she decide immediately to file a divorce after her grand wedding months have past.

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