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Uncertainty Looms in Estate Planning: Taking Advantage of Expiring Estate and Gift Tax Exemptions

Uncertainty Looms in Estate Planning: Taking Advantage of Expiring Estate and Gift Tax Exemptions

In 2010, Congress acted to increase the estate and gift tax exemptions to $5 million for individuals ($10 million for married couples) through the end of 2012. Congress also lowered the maximum estate and gift tax rate to 35% for the same length of time. As this […]

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Estate Planning – If You Do Not Have It, You Should

Estate Planning – If You Do Not Have It, You Should

Studies have consistently shown that over 1/2 of Americans do not have a will.* Considering that a will is a pivotal component for an adequate estate plan, it is likely that over 1/2 of Americans lack other important aspects of an estate plan, such as a living […]

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