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Income Tax Issues for Estate Planners (teleseminar)
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7/12/2016 to 7/13/2016
When: 07/12/2016 to 07/13/2016
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: (404) 521-0781


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2 CLE hours
 
Income tax issues have become increasingly important in trust and estate planning as the federal estate and gift tax apply to fewer clients.  In this environment, income tax issues may have a far greater financial impact on client plans than the estate and gift tax.  Even client estates large enough to trigger federal estate and gift taxes require income tax planning because often planning for income tax may help reduce estate and gift taxes. And when income tax planning is overlooked, clients may suffer unexpected tax bills.  This program will program will provide you a framework for understanding significant income tax issues in trust and estate planning and how income tax planning impacts estate and gift tax planning. 

Part 1 – July 12, 2016:

Income tax planning issues for estate and trust planners
How income tax planning impacts estate and gift tax planning
New basis reporting and consistency rules – timing, procedure, penalties 
Traditional marital deduction/credit shelter planning v. basis and income tax considerations
Role of state estate and gift taxes in income tax planning
Portability issues in income tax planning

Part 2 – July 13, 2016:

Income tax planning for lifetime gifts to individuals and charities 
Income tax consequences of gifts and loans to family members
Transfers of low basis property to the taxpayer 
Transfer of high basis assets to a grantor trust 
Use of grantor trusts to eliminate income tax concerns
What if the estate tax is higher than the income tax if asset is sold?
What happens when the estate “freeze” is successful?
QPRT – qualified personal residence trust – planning

Speakers:

Jennifer A. Pratt
is a partner in the Baltimore office of Venable, LLP, where she has assists client with estate planning, charitable giving, and estate and gift tax controversy matters.  She has extensive experience with estate administration, the preparation of federal estate and gift tax returns, as well as fiduciary income tax returns.  Earlier in her career, she worked with a major national bank and has particular expertise in adapting financial products to the estate planning needs of clients.  She has been named in the 2011 edition of “Maryland Super Lawyers Rising Stars Edition.” Ms. Pratt received he B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Baltimore, her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law, and her LL.M. in taxation from the University of Baltimore.
 
Blanche Lark Christerson is a managing director at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management in New York City, where she works with clients and their advisors to help develop estate, gift, tax, and wealth transfer planning strategies.  Earlier in her career she was a vice president in the estate planning department of U.S. Trust Company.  She also practiced law with Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York City.  Ms. Christerson is the author of the monthly newsletter “Tax Topics."  She received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College, her J.D. from New York Law School and her LL.M. in taxation from New York University School of Law.

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