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New $67 User Fee for Estate Tax Closing Letters Proposed by IRS

The IRS issued Proposed Regulations (REG-114615-16) on December 31, 2020 that would establish a new user fee of $67 for authorized persons who wish to

Impact of Gifting Ownership Interest on PPP Loan Procedures

If you are considering gifting your ownership interest in a business that has a PPP loan, that transfer may have complicated implications on ownership

Projected Estate and Gift Tax Changes Announced by the IRS for 2021

The Internal Revenue Service announced in Rev. Proc. 2020-45 that the unified credit against estate tax and generation skipping transfer tax exemption

IRS Issues Final Regulations for Non-Grantor Trust Deductions

The IRS has issued final regulations on the deductions available to estates and non-grantor trusts. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was enacted

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Estate Planning and Valuation During an Uncertain Economy – and an Election Year

Schneider Downs has published a number of articles in recent months discussing valuation and estate planning strategies during this difficult economic

Estate Planning as a Tool for Your Business Succession Plan

The year 2020 has been mired with uncertainty and unprecedented strife for many. As we reflect on the past six months and prepare for the next, now may

Continuing to Decipher Estate and Trust Deduction Changes

In July 2018, the IRS issued Notice 2018-61 to provide insight on the suspension of miscellaneous itemized deductions for Trusts and Estates under newly

Estate Planning Opportunities Created by COVID-19

On April 23, Schneider Downs’ Darin Schindler, Greg Allison and Derek Eichelberger led a webinar for the firm’s personnel and friends discussing

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Tax Court Rules on Side of Taxpayer of Family Limited Partnership in Precedential Gift Tax Case

In a decision by U.S. Tax Court reached in early March, the taxpayer was deemed victorious when it came to the valuation of nonvoting interests held by

IRS Extends Deadline to File Gift Tax Returns

The Internal Revenue Service (the IRS) continues to expand the list of return filing and tax payment deadlines that will be postponed due to the ongoing

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