How My Simple Return Turned Complex By A Money-Grabbing Deadbeat Ex-Husband

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Yesterday, I sat down to do my taxes. I took the day off of writing to allow myself time to call the IRS if I had any questions about any new tax law. I expected my taxes to go like every year. It usually takes me about…

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Legal Studies Student, Writer, & Mom.

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