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Estate Planning Tools for Your Baby’s College

November 21, 2017 Posted In Estate Planning,Estate Taxes,Firm News,Guardianships & Conservatorships,Medical Directives,Powers of Attorney,Trust Administration,Trusts

Remember when your baby was just an infant and you thought he/or she would break like dropped china or porcelain? And then you saw them run right into a glass door and bounce off like a rubber ball and bounce back for more. It was probably back then that you first gave some forethought into…

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IRS Reveals 2017 Estate and Gift Tax Limits

December 30, 2016 Posted In Estate Planning,Estate Taxes,Firm News,Trusts

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the federal estate and gift tax limits for 2017, based on inflation. IRS Reveals 2017 Estate and Gift Tax Limits Here’s the breakdown of some of the most significant changes put in place for the coming year: Estate and gift tax exemptions for individuals are set at $5.49 million.…

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How Does Portability Affect Estate Taxes?

December 5, 2015 Posted In Estate Planning,Estate Taxes

A Denver estate planning attorney discusses how portability for federal estate taxes can help reduce tax obligations. Since 2011 in the U.S., married couples have been able to take advantage of portability for federal estate tax purposes, allowing them to share certain unused exemptions and save on their overall estate tax obligations. Although portability is…

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