Recommended by: Dan Thrailkill & Frank Brodnax
Is there such a thing as a marriage penalty? Well…we will leave that up to you, but for tax purposes a “marriage penalty” certainly exists. The following article discusses the “marriage penalty” from a tax perspective, and an interesting case relating to limitations on the deductibility of mortgage interest.
Follow the link to read “IRS Increases ‘Marriage Penalty,’ Unmarried Cohabitants To Get Twice The Mortgage Interest Deduction“.
As a Principal in the Tax Department, Dan specializes in providing various tax services to a wide variety of privately held businesses with operation in the construction, investment partnerships, manufacturing, professional service, real estate technology and wholesale distribution industries. His extensive expertise and inside knowledge of privately owned companies enable him to provide the highest level of practical and technical tax compliance and consultation.
As a Director is the firm’s Tax Department and advisor to many of the firms most prominent clients for more than 15 years, Frank has extensive experience with tax compliance, planning and consulting for a variety of privately held businesses. His experience with the technical principals of taxation enable him to work closely with business owners and individuals to develop unique tax plans and address important tax-related topics.