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Upcoming Webinar: Minimizing Estate Taxes In Advance of Election – Related Tax Code Changes

The RIW Trusts & Estates Group will host the “Minimizing Estate Taxes In Advance of Election – Related Tax Code Changes” webinar on Wednesday, October 21 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM EST.

WEBINAR INFO:

The Biden Tax Plan contains estate tax proposals that could be enacted relatively quickly if Democrats win the White House and control Congress. These proposals include a significant reduction to the current $11.58M estate and gift tax exemptions and the elimination of the step-up in basis at death; they could also include a ‘deemed sale’ at death.

This webinar will focus on the potential costs of these proposals, and the year-end estate tax minimization strategies available to high net worth individuals and closely-held business owners.

Registration is free, REGISTER HERE

HOSTED BY:

Deborah Pechet Quinan
Chair, Trusts & Estates Group

Deborah Pechet Quinan is a shareholder of the firm and Chair of the Trusts & Estates Group. Her practice is concentrated in the areas of estate planning, tax planning, and the administration of trusts and estates, with an emphasis on estate and business succession planning for individuals, closely-held business owners, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Her practice includes estate planning for retirement assets, international estate planning and charitable giving.

 

Bill Friedler
Shareholder, Trusts & Estates Group

Bill Friedler is a shareholder in the firm’s Trusts & Estates Group. Bill has concentrated his practice in the areas of complex estate planning, probate and trust administration, planning for adults or children with special needs and disabilities, elder law and Medicaid planning. Bill represents his clients for their corporate estate planning needs and is knowledgeable about business succession planning.

 

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This summary is presented for informational and educational purposes only, does not constitute legal advice, nor create an attorney-client relationship. For a full understanding of the issues, please contact counsel of your choice.

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