PHOENIX — Divorce is an emotional blow, but with good financial advice, it doesn’t have to be a tax hit as well.
“The IRS doesn’t have the resources to help a lot around this topic,” Justin Miller, a national wealth strategist at BNY Mellon in San Francisco, said at NAPFA’s spring conference in May.
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