2012 Estate Planning
eBookIt.com, Sep 1, 2012 - Law - 224 pages
2012 may be the most important year in history for tax planning. More wealth may be transferred in the waning months of 2012 than any other year. What can and should you do to take advantage of the potentially astounding planning opportunities that are available? What are the risks associated with this planning and how can you minimize those risks? With much of the planning so complicated how can you make decisions as to which of various alternatives are best fore you?
Three of the nation's leading tax experts have addressed all these critical issues and so much more in this timely and authoritative book. This book is written to be accessible to sophisticated taxpayers who can personally benefit from this planning. But because of the broad coverage of even esoteric topics, some discussions are a bit tough.
This book will also prove an invaluable resource for CPAs, financial planners, insurance consultants, and attorneys. The supplemental appendices for professional advisers with practical forms, sample legal provisions, and client letters practitioners can use will all prove a useful resource making this book a must read for professionals.
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