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Behavioral Finance and Portfolio Management With the Examination of Family Partnerships by the Tax Court

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For decades, estate planners have used variations of the family limited partnership (FLP), family limited liability company, and family corporation to achieve federal estate tax (estate tax) savings through valuation discounts in computing client’s taxable estates. Since the early 1990s, the use of the investment FLP as a sophisticated estate tax reduction technique has grown.

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