To our friends who are tax and estate planning professionals,
I hope you're enjoying the summer -- and staying cool and healthy. Here is a list of articles that caught my eye recently. I hope you find them interesting and helpful to your practice as well.
To our friends who are tax and estate planning professionals:
By now, you’ve read/heard of the horrific news that the IRS destroyed an estimated 30 million paper-filed information returns in March 2021 due to the backlog. Here is a set of a few other articles that I hope you find interesting and helpful to your practice.
When small business owners want to step away from their business and retire, many may worry about the tax burden they’ll face from all their potential gains. Our professional colleague, Steve Parrish, Co-Director of the American College Center for Retirement Income, graciously gave us permission to post his article in Forbes that describes a tool called a deferred sales trust that may help to spread out gains over time and lower their tax burden.
To our friends who are tax and estate planning professionals, I hope you're off to a great start in 2022. Well, speaking of 2022, tax season is upon us, so I thought I'd share a few (hopefully) relevant and timely tax-related articles.
Some people, because of the wealth they have accumulated, won’t have to rely on their retirement plan savings for retirement income. As a result, they often want to leave all or most their IRA (or 401(k) and other retirement plan assets) accounts to their heirs.
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