Since the launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, interest in generative AI has soared. Businesses across industries and sectors are exploring how generative AI can transform their operations, services and products. See if your business could benefit from greater generative AI functionality by diving into our latest blog.
Since the launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, interest in generative AI has soared. Businesses across industries and sectors are exploring how generative AI can transform their operations, services and prod...
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We are pleased to welcome Mike Stecker to the KerberRose team!
Mike joins our Wealth Management team in the Stevens Point office as a Wealth Advisor. He brings more than 15 years of experience in wealth advisory and is an Accredited Portfolio Management Advisor (APMA®) and Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP®). Mike will be a skilled addition to the KerberRose Wealth Management team, and we look forward to supporting his career here!
When a married couple separates, the IRS considers them married until they file a final decree of divorce. Here are a few tips for this transition:
🔴 Tax withholding. Both parties need to update their W-4 forms to reflect marital changes. 🔴 Tax treatment of alimony and separate maintenance. Amounts paid to a spouse or a former spouse under a divorce decree, a separate maintenance decree or a written separation agreement may be alimony or separate maintenance for federal tax purposes. 🔴 Rules regarding dependent children and support. Generally, the parent with custody of a child can claim the child on their tax return. If parents split custody and don’t file a joint return, they must decide which parent claims the child. If the parents can’t agree, taxpayers should refer to the tie-breaker rules in the IRS’s Publication 504, Divorced or Separated Individuals. Child support payments aren’t deductible by the payer and aren’t taxable to the payee.
For assistance with these changes, speak with one of our Trusted Advisors.