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We Know it When We see it: How to Draft GRATs to Zero Them Out For Gift Tax Purposes

Journal of Passthrough Entities From prior articles, we know that the Grantor Retained Annuity Trust (or “GRAT”) is one of the leading estate tax strategies available to the estate planning…

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Marriage ls Joint; Why Not Your Trusts? When to Use a Joint Trust As a Passthrough Entity in Separate Property Jurisdictions .

Journal of Passthrough Entities Joint trusts-avant garde and often confused with that horrible species of instruments known as a “joint Will”-have been shunned as an estate planning vehicle by most…

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The Treasury Creates Good Vibrations: The Final Regulations Under Code Sec. 643

Journal of Passthrough Entities Scattered throughout the Code are archaic estate and trust tax sections crying out for change because of their inappropriate applications in a quickly evolving investment and…

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

Trusts and Estates 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)…

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