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Category: Estate and Gift Taxes

Estate Planning: Post Georgia Runoff Election

January 27, 2021 by Brendan Lacy
Estate and Gift Taxes
After the 2020 election and Georgia runoffs, Democrats now control both the House and the Senate.  This has the potential to have a significant impact on estate and wealth transfer planning in 2021 and going forward.  Part of President Biden’s tax agenda includes reducing the estate tax exemption to Pre-TCJA...
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Does Your Estate Plan Limit Minnesota Estate Taxes?

November 11, 2019 by first scribe
Estate and Gift Taxes
If not, here are some ideas, courtesy of our friends at Sanford, Pierson, Thone and Strean, Attorneys at Law, for married Minnesota residents and nonresident Minnesota property owners to consider: Minnesota is an equal opportunity estate taxing authority: it taxes residents and nonresidents alike. If you live in Minnesota, or...
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