1 edition of Post mortem estate planning. found in the catalog.
Post mortem estate planning.
|Series||PBI -- no. 2007-4643|
|Contributions||Pennsylvania Bar Institute.|
|LC Classifications||KFP482 .P67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 279 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||2007927452|
Postmortem Estate Planning. Arthur Joseph Werner, JD, MS (Taxation), is the president and is a shareholder in the lecture firm of Werner-Rocca Seminars, Ltd. Mr. Werner’s lecture topic specialties include business, tax, financial and estate planning for high net worth individuals. The theme of this issue is post-mortem planning. The key to effective post-mortem planning is pre-mortem planning: engaging your client’s family in deep, holistic, and substantive conversations about life transitions and challenges to be faced as time marches on, well before one is called to the great beyond.
With federal estate tax rates reaching as high as 55%, a small business owners death and the resulting estate tax liability can create additional problems for the business, ranging from negative cash flow to gh business owners should complete effective estate planning before their deaths, certain postmortem measures are available to reduce or eliminate federal estate taxes. The Basics: Post-mortem Trust Administration hours MCLE Credit including hours in Legal Ethics. Specialization: Estate Planning, Trust and Probate; Taxation.
With the current $ million estate tax exemption, many practitioners are assuming there is little post-mortem planning that their clients need any more. WRONG! There are still estate tax related issues, as well as numerous income tax, business planning and life insurance planning issues commonly being overlooked that could generate more fee. Post-mortem trust planning has changed dramatically as a result of recent changes, such as the increased federal income tax brackets and modifications to New York's estate tax, which have made post-mortem trust planning more challenging than ever before.
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"Prepared for distribution at the post-mortem estate planning seminar, March-April " Page blank for "Notes." Description: pages 22 cm.
Series Title: Estate planning and administration course handbook series, no. Responsibility: Lawrence Newman, chairman. The 5th Edition of this highly acclaimed book is available now. The use of post-mortem “pipeline” planning is a popular technique aimed at avoiding double-taxation in situations where there is a capital gain recognized on the death of a taxpayer who held a significant interest in the shares of a Canadian private corporation at the time of.
Post-Mortem Post mortem estate planning. book Choosing between the Alternatives Subsection (6): • Possible to eliminate the double tax, leaving the estate with a deemed dividend (but taxed at higher rates than capital gain) • Efficient if there is RDTOH and CDA (corporate life insurance helps) •.
The post-mortem letter is an often overlooked estate planning tool. Tell your executors and survivors what they need to know to maximize your estate the location of assets, records, and contacts. Without the post-mortem letter, you risk losing part of your estate's assets because necessary assets and documentation cannot be located.
Post-mortem considerations Keeping a complex process focused In an ideal world, a wealthy individual has prepared for his or her family’s future by leaving a well-constructed estate plan. But, in the real world, some estate plans remain a work in progress for reasons ranging from evolving legislation and complexity to family conflict and.
constructed estate plan that has also taken taxes into consideration. But in the real world, many estate plans remain a work in progress for reasons ranging from evolving business complexity to family conflict, ill health, and indecision. Consequently, the need for post-mortem planning is inevitable.
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Post-mortem tax planning (Tax and estate planning series) [Kasner, Jerry A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Post-mortem tax planning (Tax and estate planning series)Author: Jerry A Kasner. One commonly used post-mortem planning tool is a Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) election.
This is used in situations involving a decedent who was married at the time of death with a trust created for the surviving spouse’s benefit. Unless a QTIP election is made, the assets that are transferred to the trust may be subject to tax.
Post-mortem Planning Ideally, estate planning should be done when you’re alive, but more often than not you face unplanned circumstances, poor planning and/or things that could not be anticipated. Even if your loved one had an estate plan, there is still planning and preparation to do after his or her death to prevent any post-mortem tax.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Post mortem estate planning, New York: Practising Law Institute, © (OCoLC) Document Type.
OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared for distribution at the Post mortem estate planning program, November-December " "D" Description. The following are some post-mortem planning solutions for the surviving spouse when a bypass trust is mandatory, but no longer offers estate tax planning benefits.
In all solutions, the assumption is made that all beneficiaries are treated the same for both the survivor’s trust and the bypass trust. Option 1: Petition the Court. OCLC Number: Notes: "D" Prepared for distribution at the post-mortem estate planning program, July-Sept. Description: pages (pages blank) ; 22 cm.
NAEPC Webinar: Post-Mortem Estate Planning Presented by National Association of Estate Planners & Councils. Wednesday, Decem pm - pm ET. Computer Based Audio ONLY programs (No Video) The death of a client does not bring an end to estate planning. Rather, post-mortem estate planning allows practitioners and beneficiaries to proactively shape the way an estate is treated for income, estate and gift tax purposes, and the way property is distributed.
Through the use of a wide variety of elections, planners can respond to changed. The Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exemption of $11, plus portability, changes the focus of Post Mortem Tax Planning. The focus of this topic will be on income tax issues that arise as a result of death.
In addition, it will include a review of how to fix an estate plan after death.While it is too late to change the decedent’s will, there may be other opportunities available to plan for the future and further objectives such as the distribution of assets to family members, supporting charitable activities, or minimizing estate taxes.
One of the key post-mortem planning techniques involves the use of qualified disclaimers.Estate Planning contains the full ABCs of trusts: ILITs, QTIPs, CRATs, CRUTs, GRITs, GRATs, GRUTs, QPRTs, revocable, irrevocable, and more.
Inside is the impact of the recent estate tax legislation and the essentials of post-mortem planning. Real data, real life examples that are easy to understand.