Do you have questions about losing assets, probate delays, inheritance loss, or whether a will or trust is the best option for you and your family? Attorney Joshua Muro addresses all of these concerns and more in our FREE estate planning seminar. Attend this month's seminars: Tuesday, August 19th Thief River Falls, MN 10:00 am - C'Mon Inn 1586 Hwy 59 S Wednesday, August 20th Grand Forks, ND 10:00 am - Hilton Garden Inn 4301 James Ray Drive Thursday, August 21st Grand Forks, … [Read more...] about Seminar Week is Here!
Authored by attorneys Raymond German and Joshua Muro with Robert Armstrong and Sanford M. Fisch, the latest edition of Legacy Wealth Planning for Minnesota and North Dakota families has arrived. Full of the most up-to-date estate planning information, there is something for everyone. Interested in purchasing a copy? Call 701-738-0060 to place your order or contact us by e-mail. Simply enter your information with "book order" in the message box. Books are $20. Get your copy today! … [Read more...] about Legacy Wealth Planning: The Newest Edition is In!
In case you haven’t heard, the New Year brought a new law recently signed by the President. To avoid the country from falling off the “fiscal cliff,” the “American Taxpayer Relief Act” was approved on New Year’s Day. The approval and signing of this new law may affect the future of your estate plan and your estate taxes. Regarding federal estate taxes, this new law makes almost all of the previous tax provisions, commonly known as ”TRA 2010,” permanent, with the exception of the tax rate. … [Read more...] about We Dodged the Fiscal Cliff – How the New Tax Bill Affects You
There are only a few days left before the clock strikes midnight on December 31st and the tax law changes. Or will it? As of this writing, the law to which it will change will be the pre-EGTRRA/TRA law. In other words, currently in 2012, individuals with estates under $5.12 million are not subject to federal gift or estate tax. However, if this law expires, estates larger than $1 million will become taxable at the beginning of 2013 and we will back to a $1 million applicable exclusion per … [Read more...] about The Estate Tax Ball is About to Drop!
Local Attorneys' Groundbreaking New Book Unravels Mysteries for Properly Safeguarding Your Legacy … [Read more...] about Attorneys Publish Estate Planning Book
On December 17th, Congress revised the estate tax with a new law, TRA 2010, that sets the exclusion amount at $5 million per person for 2010 – 2012. However, this temporary adjustment to the estate tax exclusion disappears in 2013, and returns with an exclusion of $1 million per person. Read more about how the estate tax revision under TRA 2010 will affect your estate plan, regardless of whether you have a taxable estate. … [Read more...] about How the New Estate Tax Exclusion Affects Your Estate Plan