May 01, 2018
NP Trusts & Estates Blog
NP Trusts & Estates Blog
Three documents to prepare your child for college, planning for uncertain times, intentionally including assets in your gross estate, income tax implications of cryptocurrency transactions and more. Here’s what’s trending in estate planning and wealth management.
As “college acceptance” season is here, now is the time for families to sit down with their college-bound son or daughter and discuss how to ensure they are prepared for the college experience. The following information provides a simple overview of how basic incapacity planning can provide peace-of-mind for both families and college students alike.—Kaitlyn B. Barnett
With the federal estate and gift tax exemption levels so high, there is an increasing need to consider income tax planning in conjunction with your estate plan. Here’s an overview of the trade-off between estate tax and income tax minimization.—Megan C. Neal
For most Americans, particularly those who die in this period of historic federal estate tax exemptions, income tax minimization is of utmost importance.—Kenneth F. Hunt
Given higher exemption rates, disclaimer trusts may be a powerful tool for couples to minimize taxes and claims of creditors, while still allowing a large degree of control over assets by a surviving spouse.—Kenneth F. Hunt
Did you report all your taxable cryptocurrency transactions? The IRS will be checking.—Jordan Tepfer and Kenneth H. Silverberg
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has changed the way the federal income tax is calculated. Accordingly, the IRS has issued a new withholding calculator for 2018.—Daniel N. Jones
Economic and market highlights from the NP Investment Team for April 2018.—NP Investment Team
The U.S. Postal Service’s Informed Delivery e-mail notification provides a digital preview of the mail and information on packages scheduled for delivery to a residential address.—Mary-Benham B. Nygren
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