September 04, 2018
NP Trusts & Estates Blog
NP Trusts & Estates Blog
Author(s): Deborah L. Anderson, Kaitlyn B. Barnett, Stephanie A. Bruno, Sarah T. Connolly, Mary Ford, Jenny L. Holmes, Darrell R. Kamholz, CPA, Evelyn V. Moreno, Stephen McCabe, Mary-Benham B. Nygren, Elena N. O’Leary, CPA, Eric Paley, Sarah M. Richards, Stephanie T. Seiffert, Alyson L. Stevenson
The importance of having a will and the perils of dying without one, estate planning asset by asset, the Schedule K-1 explained, protecting yourself against tax scams and more. Here’s what’s trending in estate planning and wealth management.
As much as everyone seems to understand the importance of having a will, few actually understand the perils associated of dying without one.—Kaitlyn B. Barnett
Everyone should have a well-designed estate plan that takes into account all of their assets and disposition desires. However, it is important to take an “asset approach” as you are crafting your estate plan with your attorney.—Mary Ford, Mary-Benham B. Nygren, Sarah J. Brownlow, Deborah L. Anderson, Sarah M. Richards, Michelle R. Canerday, Kenneth F. Hunt, Sarah Roscioli, Sarah T. Connolly, Stephanie A. Bruno, Stephanie T. Seiffert
The foregoing is not intended to be an exhaustive list of the asset-type planning that may be needed but as food for thought as you think about the assets you own and your own estate plan.
The IRS recently approved an employer’s proposal to offer a “student loan repayment nonelective contribution” under its 401(k) plan. The ruling provides welcome guidance to plan sponsors seeking to provide employees with the opportunity to save for retirement while repaying their student loans.—Sarah K. Ranni, Eric Paley, Alexandro Lugo
Economic and market highlights from the NP Investment Team for August 2018.—NP Investment Team
Understanding the IRS’s policies on contacting taxpayers will help protect you against tax scammers.—Alyson Stevenson
How to tell the difference between employee and independent contractor? How critical is it to make the correct determination?—Elena N. O'Leary
You just received a Schedule K-1. Now What?—Darrell Kamholz
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