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Why You Still Need a Trust Despite an $11.18 Million Tax Exemption
Why You Still Need a Trust Despite an $11.18 Million Tax Exemption

The recent tax reform under the new White House Administration has led to new federal estate and gift tax limits. While this increase might require some people to re-engineer their estate plans, it doesn't make trusts obsolete. Despite being able to gift more money without ...

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    The recent tax reform under the new White House Administration has led to new federal estate and gift tax limits. While this increase might require some people to re-engineer their estate plans, it ...

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