Estate Planning Legal Changes 2018

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What changes in the law for 2018? CHANGES TO FEDERAL LAWS   THE FEDERAL ESTATE TAX LAW The new tax law enacted in December has significantly changed the gift and estate tax laws.  The law increased the current $5,000,000 estate tax exemption to $10,000,000 indexed for inflation since 2011.  This means for those individuals who pass away in 2018, the … Read More

Inherited IRAs Are Naked

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Humans Should Never Own Real Estate

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American Parents Disinherit Children

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Don’t Be Fooled Into Thinking Your Children Will Receive Their Inheritance Just Because You Have a Trust When you die, will you accidentally disinherit your children?  Unfortunately, unless the parent has protected the assets for the child, those assets will always be open to divorce, bankruptcy, IRS problems or lawsuits the child may experience.  Yes, the probate has been avoided … Read More