Legislative proposals and tax planning at the end of the year (podcast)
January 10, 2022
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It’s mid-November and the new tax proposals are still in the air. What should practitioners and taxpayers do to protect assets, plan estates, and minimize taxes in this unknown environment? This is the topic we deal with in this episode of Legal Visionaries, when presenter Mary Vandenack, founder and managing partner at Vandenack Weaver, speaks to the well-known legal experts on estate and tax planning, Marty Shenkman and Jonathan Blattmachr. How Can New Laws Affect Grantor Trusts? Will new laws be retroactive? Should customers take part or all of their tax exemption before the end of the year and how will the IRS assess this? Will a solid estate plan solve the problems and do you have to take care of everything now? What about charity donations in 2021? Tune in to see what you should do now to protect yourself no matter what happens in Washington.
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Originally published November 16, 2021.
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