Accountants are Facing Complicated Tax Issues With Blended Families
America is seeing more blended families than ever. This is leading to confusion for accountants and people in non-traditional situations, according to an article from Accounting Today. Author Michael Cohn explains:
– Why the share of children in a two-parent household is at its lowest point in 50 years
– Questions accountants are facing in regards to split couples that share joint custody
– Why blended families need to seek expert advice
Cohn’s article sheds light on why it is important for families to recognize their individual situations and seek expert advice.
To read the whole article, please visit AccountingToday.com.