The term "asset protection planning" is often used to describe the variety of planning steps that can be taken to protect assets from the claims of creditors. This type of planning ranges from having
...One estate planning strategy that benefits from low interest rates is a GRAT. The Basics A GRAT...
...Aggregate vs. Additional Rent " Late Fees & Interest TSG GRAT #9, LLC v. Camp Fire USA Adahi Council, PICS Case No. 13...
On April 10, President Obama released his fiscal year 2014 budget proposal. The proposal includes numerous changes to the law that would create greater exposure to estate, gift and generation-skippin
Not since enactment of the first federal gift tax in 1924 had there been such a strong incentive as there was in 2012 to give property to one's heirs during one's lifetime, and to do it right away
In the movie "Groundhog Day," the character played by Bill Murray was forced to relive the same day over and over again. For taxpayers and their advisers, 2012 may very well be a version of "Groundho
...If this occurs, the QPRT terminates and becomes a so-called "GRAT" — grantor retained annuity trust — and must make distributions each...
Now that the Democrats have achieved a 60-vote filibuster-proof majority in the Senate, the Obama administration is likely to push forward with a variety of changes to the Internal Revenue Code. On M
The strong level of interest in business succession planning can be demonstrated by local activities
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