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Posted on August 2, 2017

Tax Court Case Proves Good Intentions Can Have Bad Results

A recent U.S. Tax Court decision illustrates the sometimes limited value of “good intentions.” In Summers, TC Memo 2017-125, a young couple decided to save money and amicably work out their own divorce agreement without obtaining tax or legal advice. Learn more about how this ended up being a costly mistake.

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