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AICPA ENGAGE 2018


EST1815 - Special Tax Considerations Dissolving the Family Partnership


Jun 12, 2018 9:30am ‐ Jun 12, 2018 10:20am

Standard: $49.00

Description

Recent changes in the wealth transfer tax laws have caused clients to rethink previously implemented strategies such as family limited partnerships. This may cause families to dissolve existing partnerships while the transferor is still alive. There are also many situations where after the death of the transferor, families may wish to terminate previously implemented family partnerships. This may or may be advisable but if the decision is made to do so, there are several tax traps, mostly related to income taxes, that clients should be aware of so that they can avoid costly mistakes. This session focuses on those thorny issues and how to plan around them and also areas that are as yet unsettled.

1. Learn to be aware of several tax traps, mostly related to income taxes, that clients should be aware of so that they can avoid costly mistakes.

2. Learn how to plan around thorny issues and also areas that are as yet unsettled.

Speaker(s):

  • Gary A. Zwick, J.D., LL.M., CPA, AEPĀ®, Partner, Walter Haverfield LLP
Tags: EST

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