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KS Tax Adjustment and The EPT Adjustment

We had a question recently concerning the Kansas Tax Adjustment (Line E.3 of  the worksheet) in regards to Equal Parenting Time (EPT). The question was: “How does the ‘Residence With’ setting impact the Tax Adjustment in an EPT situation?” The … Continue reading

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CHILD CARE TAX CREDIT – SHARED RESIDENCY OR EPT

We recently received an inquiry from a subscriber asking why the program doesn’t split the Child Care Tax Credit between the parents in proportion to their contributions to the expense.  Specifically, she asked “Why doesn’t the software the daycare tax … Continue reading

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Kansas Tax Adjustments: Dependent Exemptions and the CTC (Child Tax Credit) (REVISED)

Since January 1st, 2018, the most frequent question we get on the tech support line has to do with tax adjustments. The TCJA (Tax Cut and Jobs Act) of 2018 has created quite a bit of confusion on how the … Continue reading

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New Updates Posted for Kansas Child Support Calculator

As discussed in a previous article in January, we’ve been working hard on updating our calculators based on the tax changes caused by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Today we’re excited to announce the updates for our Kansas … Continue reading

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2018 Tax Update – TCJA

The 2018 Tax Cut and Jobs Act enacted in mid December by Congress certainly presents a mixed bag of benefits for American families. For example, while raising the standard deduction to $24,000 for married taxpayers ($12,000 for single), Congress deleted … Continue reading

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Kansas Cover Page Changes

In our ongoing effort to improve the Bradley Child Support Calculator for Kansas, we’ve redesigned the Cover (Summary) page. Although not a required form, it can be a handy reference for your file, your client, or the judge!   The … Continue reading

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Electronic Filing Expands in Kansas Courts

Chief Justice Lawton Nuss recently reported “In May, our district courts surpassed the 1-million mark for documents processed that were filed electronically.” All state courts in Kansas are now able to receive electronically filed court documents (but only from Kansas … Continue reading

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