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client has sold the assets.

alimony or not?

Hi Doug,

My name is Bob. I am a CPA in Colorado. A client brought me his separation agreement. The section that talks about maintenance does not state that it will end upon death of the recipient. The payments lasted for 7 months. The recipient did not die. It's my understanding that, in Colorado, alimony stops with the death of either party. If that's the case, can I deduct these payments as alimony?

Thanks for you time.

Bobh 11:25, 29 January 2009 (CST)

so explain when real estate never wants to be in a corporation Neil

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