What does the most significant overhaul of the tax code since 1986 mean to you, and how does it affect your tax and estate planning? Some of the changes will create new opportunities to retain and transfer wealth; however, individuals need to tread lightly as the complexity and uncertainty of the law could also create unintended consequences.
Listen as Randi Schuster, firm leader of Baker Tilly’s private client group, discusses the following:
- Individual income tax changes
- Planning considerations for individuals
- Estate, gift and generation-skipping tax provisions as well as considerations and strategies
For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, contact our team.
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