Bryan C. Skarlatos was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Taxes After Marriage: How to Navigate the Confusing Consequences” published on November 25, 2022. The article details the tax implications of marriage for couples affected by the marriage penalty and the marriage bonus.
The article notes:
“Filing separately from your spouse may be beneficial in certain circumstances, including if one spouse has significantly lower income than the other and has very large medical-expense deductions. Filing separately also may be a smart move if you suspect your spouse is a tax cheat and you don’t want to be held responsible for that person’s taxes, says Bryan Skarlatos of the Kostelanetz LLP law firm in New York City.“
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