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What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Estate Taxes?

By Tiffany A. Halimi, Esq.

Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States of America.  What does this mean for our estate tax laws? 733 more words

Estate Planning

Tax code changes in 2017, how will they impact you?

Dear Mr. Market:

You’ve posted some very impressive performance since Donald Trump’s victory in the recent presidential election. While the debate will continue in regards to what changes will take place with the new regime in Washington D.C., individuals are contemplating how they will be impacted. 878 more words

Financial Planning

How to Inherit a House in San Antonio Texas

Every state has its own laws pertaining to just about anything. Seeking out the answer to, “How to Inherit a House in Texas?” will lead you to the legal requirements for Texas. 25 more words

Sell An Inherited House (Probate)

How does Property Pass?

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and did not eat too much, if that is even a thing!

I have had a few busy court days and so now I am hoping back on the blogosphere. 410 more words

Estate Tax

Moral Innovator Perspectives on Donald Trump

The glue that binds us is love. Our love of USA is rooted in our democracy, knowing that it is the worst form of government, except there is none better. 533 more words

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Taxes

“America is a land of taxation that was founded to avoid taxation.” – Dr. Laurence J. Peter

Let’s do an initial look at estate taxes. This again, like each topic is a frequent concern of clients both planning for death and those heirs/beneficiaries who are left behind. 206 more words

Politics and Federal Estate Tax 2016

The IRS calls the estate tax “a tax on your right to transfer property at your death.” https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/estate-tax (September 23, 2016). Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton has reportedly suggested that individuals giving more than 500 million dollars in gross assets upon death should be taxed at 65 percent. 142 more words