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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

Learn more about estate planning opportunities during coronavirus.

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

Learn more about how the taxpayer was deemed victorious when it came to the valuation of nonvoting interests held by a family limited partnership and gifted.
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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.

Impact of Current Market Conditions on Valuations for Estate Planning

Schneider Downs has recently written about general estate planning strategies in this volatile market, but this article will focus more on the impact on

Estate Planning in a Volatile Market

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

After the Auld Lang Syne: 2020 Estate Plan Resolutions

The ball has dropped, Auld Lang Syne's been sung, and we’ve all rushed out to sign up for that fitness membership that we've convinced ourselves
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Make Sure to Let Your Tax Preparer Know About All Those Partridges

Egg-laying geese? French hens? Maids milking cows? Gifts from your “true love” were a whole lot different in 1780 when the Twelve Days of Christmas

An Estate Tax Holiday Gift – From the IRS!

While separated, death and taxes are widely accepted as the only certainties in life. Combined, they give a lot of people anything but certainty. The death
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