Trust & Estates: What Estate Tax Reform?October 2009
Don't bet on any. Congress might just do nothing and send us back to the 2001 scenario--permanently. Advisors should consider taking immediate action to properly plan for future changes to the estate tax law and other possible scenarios their clients may face down the road.
Written by Gail Cohen, Executive Vice President and General Trust Counsel at Fiduciary Trust, this article was published on October 28, 2009. Click here to read the full article online.
About the Author
Gail E. Cohen is responsible for Fiduciary Trust's Wealth Management, including portfolio management, trust, estate, and tax services in New York and across Fiduciary Trust's regional offices. She has over 30 years of experience in the area of trusts and estates.
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