Like Shakespeare’s troubled Hamlet, who struggled with so many difficult issues, since the adoption of the Income Tax, the U.S. Congress has repeatedly wrestled with the question of which taxpayers should be burdened with the payment of income tax in a myriad of situations, oftentimes in an effort to maximize the amount of tax that the government can collect. The latest effort to “reform” our income tax laws presents another example of where tax law and divorce law intersect.
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