Estate a Gift Tax Handbook is a practical exploration of federal estate and gift taxation. Providing timely and effective advice on estate and gift tax practice and procedure, the book is a useful resource for estate-planning practitioners, fiduciaries, attorneys, and others dealing with the complexities of the estate and gift tax system. In one place, the reader will 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 to maximize wealth transfers through lifetime and testamentary giving. Written in concise, jargon-free language to elucidate and demystify this complicated area of the law, the book is a valuable resource for readers approaching the subject from varied backgrounds and disciplines.The maximum aruount of Juttya#39;s start) lhai could bo funded *ith mat income w $150.000 ($450.000 va!i*Ar of actone tess 5300.000 funded with stock). ... The distributions deduction includes any income that. under the trims of tho decedenta#39;s will or hy reason ol local law. must be ... terms ol the wtM lh*l income owned by tragt;o esi.ite (luring acimmia#39;ii ration he distribuind eur- iRrrtty. ft dwnrtuwi loalt; ciislnbijtioos toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Estate & Gift Tax Handbook 2007|
|Author||:||Susan Flax Posner|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2007|