Our Thoughts On

Sort by

Categories
Authors

Michael Darpino

Articles 1 - 10 of 22

Proposed Legislation Targets Estate and Gift Tax Planning

Learn more about the estate and gift tax planning opportunities under the proposed Build Back Better Act legislation and what those changes entail.

IRS Extends Deadline to File Gift Tax Returns

Learn more regarding the Gift Tax Returns extension and when you need to file according to the new deadlines.

Estate Planning in a Volatile Market

Learn more about how a down market and low-interest rates can present new opportunities.

The Fed Cuts Interest Rate in July - Time to Revisit Your Estate Plan?

On July 31, 2019, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in over a decade. Although this may be bad news for your savings account,
Register to receive our weekly newsletter with our most recent columns and insights.

What Happens if Your Tax Return is Lost in the Mail?

Imagine this scenario: the calendar says it’s April 15th, and you realize that you can’t avoid filing your federal tax returns any longer.

Year-End Giving from IRAs: Traps to Avoid

The holiday season is a time of giving and reflection. Charitable contributions are a time-honored way of achieving one’s philanthropic goals while

Aretha Franklin Left no Will - What Happens Next?

On August 16, 2018, a saddened world mourned the passing of legendary vocalist and songwriter Aretha Franklin. Known affectionately to her fans as the

How Tax Reform Will Make Divorce More Expensive

Divorcing couples are not likely to be found on the list of taxpayers who are happy with the sweeping changes effected by The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the
Register to receive our weekly newsletter with our most recent columns and insights.

How Tax Reform Made Your Estate Plan Obsolete

If you are among the many taxpayers who had wills and other estate planning documents prepared prior to this year, don’t be too eager to delete your

Tax Reform Impacts Federal Estate, Gift and Generation-Skipping Taxes

Within the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”), lawmakers failed to satisfy longstanding promises of a full repeal of the federal
Register to receive our weekly newsletter with our most recent columns and insights.

This site uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best user experience. Cookies assist in navigation, analyzing traffic and in our marketing efforts as described in our Privacy Policy.

×