Planning an Estate: A Guidebook of Principles and Techniques provides tools and techniques for solving frequently encountered problems regarding estate planning. With this book: ·Get clear explanations of the advantages, disadvantages, and tax ramifications of many estate planning alternatives ·Receive tips on how to save on death taxes using conventional and creative methods ·Learn how to plan estates of elderly and disabled people, and how to reduce the tax impact following the surviving spouse's death ·Gain knowledge regarding the use of revocable trusts to avoid probate and reduce the income tax burden on beneficiaries ·Get tips on choosing assets to make up a gift and the manner in which the gift should be made ·Obtain information on how to use GRITs, GRATs, GRUTs, remainder interest joint purchases, gifts, and charity gifts to reduce taxes and increase the value of the estate Coverage includes: ·Marital deductions, including QTIPs ·Bypassing the second tax ·Lifetime transfers to reduce estate tax ·Avoidance of probate ·The handling of business interests ·Minor children as beneficiaries and the "kiddie tax"
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