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>>So you have your own 401K and you'll be getting the Ex's too?

Yes I'll be getting his too...together they are only $15,000. What tax bracket will $45,000 put me into and since there are two, I'm thinking I might roll one over and cash out the other one. That would put me at $36,000. What tax bracket would that put me in?

I have been told that the divorce that will exempt me from penalities.

I will get to claim both kids on my taxes. I have claimed three deductions, one for my self and one for each of my kids. Should I be claiming more than that? Like for head of household?

>>Second thought was that the government is going to be sending a check out for $400 per child in the next few weeks.

I know I'll be getting that money. Is there an anticipated date for that?


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