CT Alimony
Myths

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For years — decades — alimony payments
were tax-deductible to the person paying alimony,
and taxable income to the person receiving alimony.

Under the 2017 tax law, now alimony payments are no
longer tax-deductible for the payer, and they
aren’t considered taxable income for the recipient...

The differing purposes for alimony versus
child support give context for the wide
variance in judicial discretion.

Courts have very broad
discretion when it comes to alimony awards,
which stands in stark contrast to the "Child Support Guidelines"
used to calculate child support...

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