Published on Sep 4, 2016 • Federal
The general rule is that if there are excess alimony payments in the first two calendar years of alimony payments then the excess will be recaptured during the third calendar year. However, there are several exceptions to this rule where the excess will not be recaptured. Let's discuss these exceptions in this article.
Published on Aug 4, 2016 • Federal
Once you understand the concept of alimony recapture, you'll of course need to be able to calculate recapture amounts. In this article, let's review how to calculate alimony recapture using the recapture formula. Although the formula looks confusing at first glance, you'll soon find that it's actually very simple.
Published on Aug 2, 2016 • Federal
So, you’ve heard of alimony recapture where there is excess front-loading of alimony payments, but you're not sure what that means or when that applies. No need to sweat. In this article, we will get you up to speed with alimony recapture as quickly as possible. Let's get started.
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