Those W-2s are rolling in, which means it's time to start thinking about filing your taxes. For those paying child support, that means an added layer of complexity.
Sure, April 15 is still a few months away, but waiting until the last minute isn't going to help you maximize your tax benefit.
You know what will? Understanding how child support will affect your tax burden. It's not exactly a tax deduction, but it's nothing to sneeze at either.