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Estate Gift Tax Handbook 2021

Author : Susan Flax Posner
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A practical exploration of federal estate and gift taxation, the Estate & Gift Tax Handbook provides timely and effective advice on estate and gift tax practice and procedure, and is a useful resource for estate-planning practitioners, fiduciaries, attorneys, and others dealing with the complexities of the estate and gift tax system. Now, in one place, you can find all the information and tools necessary to arrange a person's affairs, both before and after death, to minimize the estate and gift tax burden and maximize wealth transfers through lifetime and testamentary giving. Written in concise, easy-to-understand language to demystify this complicated area of the law, the book is a valuable resource for readers approaching the subject from varied backgrounds and disciplines.

U S Master Estate and Gift Tax Guide 2022

Author : Wolters Kluwer Editorial
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CPAs and tax professionals everywhere see no shortage of clients needing reliable estate and gift tax services. To deliver the level of expertise your clients are depending on, you must always be up to date on the latest changes regarding this area of taxation. With this Guide, you'll never struggle to locate the information you need when working with estate and gift tax planning and preparation.

U S Master Estate and Gift Tax Guide 2021

Author : Cch Tax Law
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CPAs and tax professionals everywhere see no shortage of clients needing reliable estate and gift tax services. To deliver the level of expertise your clients are depending on, you must always be up to date on the latest changes regarding this area of taxation. That's why Wolters Kluwer offers the U.S. Master Estate and Gift Tax Guide, which provides straightforward insights and advice for tax professionals. With this guide on hand, you'll never struggle to locate the information you need when working with estate and gift tax planning and preparation.

Loring and Rounds A Trustee s Handbook 2021 Edition

Author : Rounds
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Loring and Rounds: A Trustee's Handbook is an invaluable practical resource that addresses the rights, duties, and obligations of the parties once the trustee takes title to trust property. This Handbook steers you through this complex field, providing property owners with a mechanism for seeing to the needs of beneficiaries in cost-effective, creative, efficient, and flexible ways. Loring and Rounds: A Trustee's Handbook is a handy, ready reference, and a gateway to the treatises, restatements, law review articles, uniform statutes, and cases you need to know. This fully integrated and bound volume of the 2021 Handbook brings you up to date on the latest cases, statutes, and developments, as well as new or updated discussion of topics as follow: The Handbook continues the lengthy process of pruning some of the deadwood; significant exposition has been cut, revised, or combined. In sum, the Handbook is now even leaner, meaner, and more usable than ever. In addition, numerous new cases and secondary sources have been added. These include the following: The 2021 Handbook fully covers the fourth income and principal act issued by the Uniform Law Commission, namely the Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act (2018), otherwise known as UFIPA. UFIPA has been covered extensively in this edition and has been added in many separate sections. A new section covers remedies at law for breaches of trust, such as the tort of intentional interference with inheritance or acquisition by inter vivos transfer. In addition, the Handbook has been updated with 200+ new cases, including: Roth v. Jelley, holding that, when it comes to a judicial proceeding that could adversely affect the equitable property rights of a trust beneficiary,the beneficiary is entitled under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to notice and an opportunity to be heard. This case also discusses the various consequences attendant to the failure to provide such notice. Hector v. Bank of N.Y. Mellon, where the court, having in part looked to the Restatement (Third) for guidance, held that the designated passive corporate trustee of a securitized fund of mortgage-backed notes would not be personally at fault, and therefore, not personally liable for any injuries to the tenants of a certain parcel of real estate, title to which the trustee had acquired via foreclosure, that might be occasioned by their exposure to lead paint in and about the premises. Murphy v. Trustee of Star Financial Bank, a case discussing the unfortunate linkage of survivorship and per stirpes: "to their surviving children per stirpes." The court held that the way in which "surviving" and "per stirpes" were linked rendered the provision itself ambiguous in that the "condition of survival negates the right of representation inherent in a per stirpes distribution." 2020 Tax Rates for Trusts and 2021 Projected Tax Rate Schedule for Trusts Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods. Previous Edition: Loring and Rounds: A Trustee's Handbook, 2020 Edition, ISBN 9781543818666

Inheritance Tax Planning Handbook 2021 2022

Author : Lee Hadnum
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May 2021 Edition. Inheritance tax is a particularly nasty tax as it's a tax on your capital that you've accumulated from your after tax earnings. It applies at 40% on the value of your estate above the nil rate band (currently £325,000). It's not just the assets held at the date of your death that are included, but also assets gifted away (in some cases) up to 14 years before. In this book we look at some of the top ways you can legally reduce your inheritance tax liability. There are a number of options and opportunities - from simply giving away assets to setting up a trust or emigrating from the UK completely. Topics covered include: How to reduce Inheritance tax on gifts Non dom inheritance tax changes How the exemption for normal transfers of income applies When the 7 year period becomes a 14 year period What to do and when to avoid Inheritance tax Reducing IHT with the 36% rate of Inheritance tax How to maximise tax reliefs for charitable giving Inheritance tax planning for joint bank accounts Reducing Inheritance tax on insurance policies Putting life insurance into a flexible gift trust or bare trust to reduce Inheritance tax Using side letters for IHT purposes Inheritance tax planning for the family home Reducing tax on a property investment portfolio by using mortgages Debts on death and IHT Planning When is it worth forming a lifetime trust for UK tax planning and how to determine which type of trust to use Planning for joint accounts and inheritance tax/succession planning How to use a nil rate band "Settlor Interested Trust" tax efficiently How to save substantial amounts of inheritance Tax on your investment properties Maximising tax Inheritance tax relief on your family company AIM shares & IHT relief Qualifying for Inheritance Tax relief on companies with large cash balances How the transferable nil rate band applies Using a Parallel Company to reduce Inheritance tax Reducing Inheritance tax with a double tax treaty A review of the UK-US Inheritance tax/Estate tax treaty UK inheritance tax and gifting cash abroad Emigrating from the UK to avoid Inheritance Tax When the 7 year inheritance tax survivorship period can be avoided How shareholders can use cross options to retain entitlement to Business Property Relief All about the new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) and how to maximise relief Releasing cash as debt for IHT purposes Losing UK domicile status Using a Discretionary trust or Life interest trust for IHT planning? Self-settlement of the nil-rate band for UK IHT purposes

De Gruyter Handbook of Personal Finance

Author : John E. Grable
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The De Gruyter Handbook of Personal Finance provides a robust review of the core topics comprising personal finance, including the primary models, approaches, and methodologies being used to study particular topics that comprise the field of personal finance today. The contributors include many of the world’s leading personal finance researchers, financial service professionals, thought leaders, and leading contemporary figures conducting research in this area whose work has shaped—and continues to affect—the way that personal finance is conceptualized and practiced. The first section of the handbook provides a broad introduction to the discipline of personal finance. The following two sections are organized around the core elements of personal finance research and practice: saving, investing, asset management, and financial security. The fourth section introduces future research, practice, and policy directions. The handbook concludes with a discussion on an educational and research agenda for the future. This handbook will be a core reference work for researchers, financial service practitioners, educators, and policymakers and an excellent supplementary source of readings for those teaching undergraduate and graduate-level courses in personal finance, financial planning, consumer studies, and household finance.

Estate Planning For Dummies

Author : N. Brian Caverly
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Planning for your family's future made easy! If you’re like most people, you want to be sure that, once you’ve passed on, no more of your property and money will be lost to the government than is absolutely necessary. You want to know that you’ll be leaving your heirs your assets and not your debts. You want to be absolutely certain that your will is ship-shape, your insurance policies are structured properly, and that every conceivable hole in your estate plan has been filled. And most of all, you’d like to do all of this without driving yourself crazy trying to make sense of the complicated jargon, jumble of paperwork, and welter of state and federal laws involved in the estate planning process. Written by two estate planning pros, this simple, easy-to-use guide takes the pain out of planning for your ultimate financial future. In plain English, the authors walk you step-by-step through everything you need to know to: Put your estate into order Minimize estate taxes Write a proper will Deal with probate Set up trusts Make sure your insurance policies are structured properly Plan for special situations, like becoming incompetent and pet care Craft a solid estate plan and keep it up-to-date Don’t leave the final disposition of your estate up to chance and the whims of bureaucrats. Estate Planning For Dummies gives you the complete lowdown on: Figuring out what you're really worth Mastering the basics of wills and probate Using will substitutes and dodging probate taxes Setting up protective trusts, charitable trusts, living trusts and more Making sense of state and federal inheritance taxes Avoiding the generation skipping transfer tax Minimizing all your estate-related taxes Estate planning for family businesses Creating a comprehensive estate plan Straightforward, reader-friendly, easy-to-use, Estate Planning For Dummies is the ultimate guide to planning your family’s future.

LexisNexis Practice Guide Minnesota Estate Planning 2021 Edition

Author : Phillip J. Ruce
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This book was created to assist Minnesota attorneys who are new to the estate planning practice area. It combines the planning concepts that are mandatory to any estate planning practice with practical tips, practice cautions, and intake and conveyance forms for use in client matters. This book will benefit attorneys who have not previously focused on the drafting of estate plans in Minnesota. From the initial client phone call to drafting effective distribution language and coordinating tax-qualified retirement accounts, this book walks the new estate planning practitioner through planning concepts and best practices for effective representation. The author is a respected and sought-after estate planning attorney who created a thriving law practice working exclusively with Minnesota families and their estate plans.

Federal Tax Practitioner s Guide 2022

Author : Susan Flax Posner
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Federal Tax Practitioner's Guide (formerly Federal Tax Course: A Guide for the Tax Practitioner) offers the knowledge and know-how needed to deal effectively with all current developments in federal tax. This easy-to-use guide is written by Susan Flax Posner, one of today's most effective communicators on the tax law. The Guide presents a complete picture of the federal tax law for today's busy practitioners with clear and easy-to-understand explanations fully supported by the most recent primary source citations including IRS rulings and guidance. It discusses hundreds of tax strategies and uses authentic examples to illustrate application of tax principles.

U S Master Tax Guide Hardbound Edition 2023

Author : Cch State Tax Law
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The nation's top federal tax resource, the U.S. Master Tax Guide(R) (2022), has been updated to provide complete and reliable guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) relief and economic recovery legislation, as well as pertinent federal taxation changes that affect 2021 returns. By having access to the most sought-after resource on the market, you will gain a complete understanding of updated tax law, including regulations and administrative guidance. The U.S. Master Tax Guide was meticulously researched to cover today's federal tax law and was expertly-written to help identify tax planning opportunities, ensure accuracy when filing taxes, maximize your knowledge of all of the latest tax law developments, and serve as a quick reference guide when providing tax services to your business or clients. This Guide covers: Tax Rates and Tax Tables Individuals Corporations S Corporations Partnerships Trusts and Estates Exempt Organizations Income Exclusions from Income Business Expenses Non-Business Expenses Losses, Passive Activity Loses Depreciation, Amortization and Depletion Tax Credits Alternative Minimum Tax Tax Accounting Basis for Gain or Loss Sales, Exchanges and Capital Gains Installment Sales/Deferred Payment Sales Securities Transactions Health and Employee Benefits Retirement Plans Corporate Acquisitions, Reorganizations, Liquidations Special Corporate Status Foreign Income and Transactions Returns, Payment of Tax Withholding and Estimated Taxes Examination of Returns, Collection of Tax Penalties and Interest Estate, Gift and Generation-Skipping Tax Topical Index The U.S. Master Tax Guide is conveniently cross-referenced to the Internal Revenue Code, Income Tax Regulations, and certain other important tax law sources for further research. Additionally, references are included to expanded explanations on Wolters Kluwer's award-winning research service, CCH(R) AnswerConnect. This reliable reference is a must for anyone involved with federal taxation. A Trusted Source for Tax Information When it comes to preparing your clients' taxes, there's no room for errors. That's why accountants and other financial professionals turn to Wolters Kluwer for reference guides and continuing professional education (CPE) programs that allow them to stay on the cutting edge of this ever-changing field. Our team of industry experts provides the comprehensive information you need to stay one step ahead of the latest legislation and evolving tax codes, so you can provide clients with accurate, informed services that protect their financial interests - and your reputation. From exploring new areas of practice to brushing up on the fundamentals, we offer the resource you need to remain up-to-date year after year. Order the U.S. Master Tax Guide (2022) Today Make sure you're prepared for your clients' 2021 tax returns with help from the 2022 U.S. Master Tax Guide from Wolters Kluwer. To learn more, contact us online or call 800-344-3734 for additional information. Need to stay compliant and complete mandatory CPE hours? Check out our full range of webinars and self-study courses today.