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The Strategic Use of Lifetime Gifting Programs to Reduce Estate Taxes in Light of Recent Congressional and Internal Revenue Service Antipathy Towards Transfer Tax Reduction Devices

DePaul Law Review Since 1983, estate planning advisors have been confronted with substantial congressional activity limiting many traditional and worthwhile estate planning strategies. Read Entire Article

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Protection for Unpaid Directors and Officers of Illinois Not-for-Profits: Fact or Fiction?

Illinois Bar Journal This article analyzes provisions of and amendments to the Illinois General Not-For-Profit Corporation Act of 1986 that increase the level of fault required to recover damages from…

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IRS rulings demand more careful use of revocable trusts to make gifts

ESTATE PLANNING Recent limitations on estate freezes have caused greater reliance upon alternative lifetime giving strategies. Now, however, the IRS, in its rulings, has created a roadblock to making lifetime…

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Obtaining 501c3 Status for Economic Development Organizations

Community Economic Development Law Project An Attorney's Guide to Obtaining 501c3 Status for Economic Development Organizations Read Entire Article

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