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As with all tax bills, almost everything — including the alimony tax break — is up for negotiation. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, says more revisions may be coming. This photo shows Brady at a Capitol Hill hearing Monday. (AP photo: Scott Applewhite)
As with all tax bills, almost everything — including the alimony tax break — is up for negotiation. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, says more revisions may be coming. This photo shows Brady at a Capitol Hill hearing Monday. (AP photo: Scott Applewhite)

GOP tax proposal could make divorce costlier

President Donald Trump knows first-hand that a divorce — or in his case, two — can be messy and expensive. But if Republican lawmakers get their way, untying the knot could get even more costly for affluent Americans. To help pay for sweeping tax cuts, the GOP’s “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” includes a controversial provision that ...

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