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Don’t Reduce Estate Tax: Eliminate It In 2018.
Why and How

What is the difference between estate tax planning in 2018 from estate tax planning in 2017 and before? With changes that affect estate tax exclusion, it is critical to to ensure that certain tax planning steps are taken in 2018 rather than 2019 to maximize tax benefits.

Join Bruce Givner and Justin Smith as they reveal strategies that will help your clients get their estate tax down to zero.

Topics include:
  • What the primary tools are for getting the estate tax to zero in 2018
  • How do you get a $100,000,000 taxable estate down to zero in a few easy steps
  • How is Generational Split Dollar the easiest life insurance sale you have ever seen?
  • How to deal with the non-income producing assets
Bruce Givner, Esq., of Givner & Kaye, A Professional Corporation is a SuperLawyer who has had a Martindale-Hubbell AV preeminent 5.0 out of 5 peer review rating for 34 years. He is a graduate of UCLA, Columbia Law School and NYU's LL.M (Tax) program. He has been practicing tax law for almost four decades, in income tax planning, estate tax planning, sophisticated retirement plans, asset protection planning, charitable planning, capital gain planning, tax litigation, and the representation of high net worth and high income families, individuals and their closely held corporations. He is the author or co-author of over 100 professional articles and books. 
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