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Gary Bode, CPA is a Master's Degreed, nation wide accountant offering tax and business services. Member of AICPA and NCACPA. Our virtual office provides excellent service to long distance and international clients. Call (910) 399-2705 for a free phone consult.

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I have been using TurboTax for years but encountered an investment situation that TurboTax is not designed to handle. After searching the web for local CPAs/Accountants and chatting with a couple on the phone I was unable to find someone locally with sufficient experience in my particular situation with whom I felt comfortable. Deciding to broaden my search beyond my local area I discovered Gary's website and a detailed discussion with options pertinent to my situation. During a brief phone conversation, Gary answered all of my questions, explained how we would exchange information online and gave me an estimate for preparing my current tax return and an amended return. It was a pleasure working with Gary. He delivered everything he promised with no surprises.

Hank Varno, Purcellville, VA

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Divorce CPA discusses early signs of Hiding Assets

Divorce CPAs are generally called in once separation of the couple occurs. But sometimes one spouse starts dividing marital assets early. If you’re not the spouse that handles the finances, it can be hard to tell.

Once you think Divorce is a possibility, it behooves you to take an active interest in your finances. While I’m concentrating on pre-divorce financial manipulation, there are plenty of other reasons to understand your marriage’s financial dynamics. Here are some suggestions.

Get copies of back tax returns

If you can’t understand them, get a CPA to help explain the specifics. I’d look for:

  • Changes over the last few years. For example, does Schedule B show fewer sources of interest, perhaps indicating money was put in a different account?
  • Suspicious activity. Does Schedule D show excessive stock sales? Does Schedule A show gambling losses? Does Schedule A show bank deposit box fees? Is there an additional mortgage listed on Schedule A?

Spouse’s Pay Stubs

Is there a raise you didn’t know about? Maybe money is being accumulated in hopes of not becoming a part of the marital assets.

Bank Statements

Sometimes a pattern of ATM withdrawals appears. One spouse may be hiding money with friends or family. Maybe the direct deposit of a paycheck decreases, perhaps indicating money is being siphoned off.

Credit Card Statements

Are there expensive dinners you didn’t eat? Trips? Flowers? Cash advances?

I’m a divorce CPA with a virtual office. I hope you never need me. But if you do, I offer a free phone consult at (910) 399-2705.