January 31, 2017
What your business can learn from Disney in the wake of Carrie Fisher’s death, everything you need to know about IRAs, funding an irrevocable life insurance trust, benefits to filing tax returns early, six facts that will help you determine whether or not your benefits are taxable, and more. Here’s what’s trending in estate planning and wealth management.
Key Man Life Insurance is a critical investment for many businesses.—Deborah L. Anderson
What is the timeframe for contributions to IRAs? What types of IRAs are there? What are the contribution limits? Can an IRA be used as a gifting tool to individuals or charities?—Trusts and Estates Editorial Team
What funding options are available for ILITs? Will gifts to an ILIT qualify for the annual gift tax exclusion?—John L. Garrett
Other than making my tax preparer happy, is there a benefit to filing my tax returns early?—Mary M. Paul
Determining how much and who you have to pay during tax season can be quite complicated; however, those who work, conduct business or own investments in other states may be required to file multiple state returns.—Thomas A. Stedman
All U.S. citizens and green card holders are taxed on their worldwide income regardless of in which country they are residing or in which country the income is earned.—Anne B. Covert
Most of us hope to make a profit when we sell our house, especially one we’ve called home for many years. Unfortunately, the IRS calls that a capital gain and you may end up owing taxes.—Andrea M. Ells
There are six facts that will help you determine whether or not your benefits are taxable.—Masha Rabkin
If your name changed this year as a result of marriage, divorce or adoption, there are steps you need to take to officially change your name—Dawn E. Lannon, CPA
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