Don’t Gamble with Divorce Tax Returns

If you’re concerned about using a business tax return for child support, maintenance, and assets in your divorce case, you’re in the right place. It’s a dangerous gamble unless you know what to do. Learn how you can spot the seven red flags and fix them. We begin with a typical business tax return, walk through the red flag adjustments step-by-step, and quantify the impact. You’ll be amazed how much you could be leaving on the table.

The Seven Red Flags of Business Tax Returns guide is here. This is a bullet-point instruction document that defines the seven red flags, provides guidance on why the red flag matters, and gives you detailed steps to fix each red flag. Don’t skip these steps if you’re using a business tax return in divorce.

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Call me if you would like to discuss valuing a business in divorce or litigation.

Thank you,
Joshua L. Horn, CPA/ABV, CVA
Horn Valuation
Phone: 217-649-8794
Email: josh@jhorncpa.com
2901 Boardwalk Dr., Suite A, Champaign, IL 61822

Horn Valuation is for attorneys, judges, and business owners who believe there’s an easier way to settle business disputes and want to work with a valuation expert using fixed fees. I’ve been a CPA since 1999, a certified valuation analyst since 2008, and valued mom and pops to multi-million-dollar businesses. Call me today if you’re interested in working together on a valuation solution.

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