Tax Proposal would Mean the Practical End of the Most Popular Estate Planning Trust
A Senate bill would allow the unused portion of the first-to-die’s estate tax exemption to be used by the second-to-die spouse. This eliminates the primary reason for most estate planning trusts. The bill makes other important estate planning changes, and makes permanent many of the existing rates and tax benefits outside of the estate planning area that are scheduled to sunset. As expected, outside of the estate planning changes, those making more than $171,550 will not get these tax goodies. By David Nolte
Help, My Clients are Bankrupt!
So lamented a local bankruptcy attorney at a business development seminar I recently taught. “My clients need therapy,” chimed in a real estate lawyer. Many attorneys today are struggling to generate the high volume of qualified leads needed to keep the lights on while achieving the goal of a six-figure salary. Where can you find all these prospects? Read on for ten free or low cost business development techniques proven to help you achieve your practice expansion goals. By Margaret Grisdela