2020 Tax Filing Tips for Women Who’ve Gone Through Some Stuff

The American College of Financial Services
December 30, 2019

Tax law is always complicated, but if you’re a woman who’s been through some significant life changes in 2019, it might be time to consider revising some elements of your 2020 tax return so you get the money you deserve.

Whether you’ve gotten married, been through a divorce, started a new business, or are just getting older, women have a lot to think about when putting together taxes.

Ross Riskin, assistant professor of taxation and CFP®/ChFC® program director at The American College of Financial Services, spoke with HerMoney this week about how women can get the most out of their tax filing in the New Year.

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