Estate planning /

" ... is designed as an authoritative and practical working tool for attorneys, accountants, and others involved in estate planning practice. The basic estate, gift, and trust planning concepts are presented in a descriptive and conveniently accessible form. The topics treated include: the deve...

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Main Author: Streng, William P
Corporate Author: Tax Management Inc
Format: Online
Language:English
Published: Arlington, VA : Tax Management, [©2006]-
Series:Tax management portfolios ; 800-3rd
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Online Access:https://www.bloomberglaw.com/product/tax/citation/tm%20800
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245 1 0 |a Estate planning /  |c William P. Streng 
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310 |a Updated irregularly 
490 1 |a Estates, gifts, and trusts portfolios ;  |v 800-3rd 
500 |a Formerly published in Washington, D.C., 2006-2007 
500 |a Title from title screen (viewed Nov. 5, 2013) 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references 
505 0 |a Detailed Analysis -- Introduction -- Inventory of the client's assets and objectives -- Preliminary estate planning considerations -- The basic federal transfer tax and income tax structure -- Fundamental testamentary planning -- Lifetime asset transfers -- Intrafamily transfer alternatives to gifts -- Generation-skipping transfers -- Special nonprobate planning situations -- Special business planning situations -- Special executive compensation/deferred benefits estate planning -- Post-mortem estate planning -- Estate planner-client relationship -- Working papers 
520 |a " ... is designed as an authoritative and practical working tool for attorneys, accountants, and others involved in estate planning practice. The basic estate, gift, and trust planning concepts are presented in a descriptive and conveniently accessible form. The topics treated include: the development by the advisor of an estate planning strategy for the client; fundamentals of the federal transfer tax system and related federal income tax rules; lifetime donative asset transfers; gratuitous property transfers at death; generation-skipping transfers; special property transfer planning considerations (e.g., community property, life insurance, charitable transfers, closely held corporations); and post-mortem planning. Other Portfolios in the Tax Management Estates, Gifts, and Trusts series provide detailed coverage of the various specific planning topics surveyed in this Portfolio. These Portfolios are identified at appropriate locations in the text of this Portfolio." 
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