Trusts & Estates
Trusts and Taxation: Minimizing Liability
by WealthCounsel Staff
Trusts are common techniques used to protect assets and to transfer the contents of an estate to the next generation. Importantly, trusts are taxed differently than individuals, and are subject to different tax guidelines. It is important for estate planning professionals to be mindful of the tax implications of trusts and to work to ensure that their clients’ assets receive the best available and most appropriate taxation per the IRS guidelines.
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