Feb 11, 2018
Brian Martin and Amanda Dickson sit down with Susan Speirs, a CPA and board member of the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants or UACPA, and Shane Stewart, a Certified Financial Planner with Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators or DMBA, to find out what changes in tax law you need to know in 2018 before you file your 2017 IRS returns.
In part six of our series, CPA Susan Speirs talks about the general rules for claiming a child as a dependent.That deduction doesn't necessarily have to end when a child turns 18. Also, there are some changes in other deductions this year because of the recent tax reform passed by Congress. DMBA financial planner Shane Stewart talks about the rules for alimony and child support payments.
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