Financial Literacy During Divorce
Financial Literacy refers to the skills and knowledge that allow an individual to make informed and effective decisions through their understanding of finances.
It affects all ages and all socioeconomic levels. Divorcing couples with different levels of financial literacy can present challenges throughout the divorce process.
Debra Melvin, MBA, CDFA
When Experts Matter
A recent survey regarding attitudes regarding taxes and tax preparation revealed that a majority of households – 56% actually – relied upon another person or firm to prepare their taxes. This is not surprising given how few of us want to deal with the US Tax Code, a document now consisting of over 73,900 pages according to a national tax reporting service.
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A common question that arrives in the mailbox of this website is “how much does collaborative cost?” It is likely that the writer of the email presumes that, as an alternative to the traditional litigation process, collaborative has to be less expensive. Few things are that definitive and the answer we routinely provide is “it depends.”-News EditorRead more