Tag Archives: estate tax

Selling a company you put your heart and soul into building can provide significant rewards, including financial security for the remainder of your lifetime and potentially your heirs. Nevertheless, achieving that aim and reaping the full potential of the proceeds from a business sale requires careful reviews of where your business currently fits within your […]

Ultra-wealthy families who take advantage of the historically high estate and gift tax exclusions included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) received welcomed news from the IRS in 2019. Taxpayers who rely on the very generous but temporary provisions of the new law to make gifts during tax years 2018 through 2025 will […]

It is no secret that the U.S. tax code is complicated. For foreign persons, compliance with U.S. tax laws is particularly onerous, especially when considering that different rules apply for income and estate tax purposes, and neither depends on an individual’s immigration status. For income tax purposes, the U.S. presumes foreign persons to be nonresident […]

People spend a significant amount of time building their wealth and carefully creating trusts and mapping out an estate plan to protect and preserve their assets for future generations. Yet, when it comes time to naming a trustee to carry out their wishes under the terms of a trust, many people stumble. Making the right […]

Physicians and other healthcare providers recognize the inherent risks of their profession, including legal and financial exposure to claims of medical malpractice. However, this professional liability is merely the tip of the iceberg when considering the legal minefield all professionals must navigate when operating a business, employing staff, owning property and even driving a vehicle. […]