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This might well help whittle your estate down over the years to below the inflation adjusted federal exemption. Maximizing basis and minimizing estate tax can all be accomplished but you have to weigh the cost, complexity and economic risks of any technique you consider.
■ DAPTs: With the general demise of the estate tax for most wealthy clients asset protection planning has assumed a more important role in planning.
Might a disgruntled beneficiary argue that merely administering the trust you have, without addressing the potential for modifying that trust, isn’t sufficient? ■ Aging: Alzheimer's affects 47 percent of those over 85. Addressing the issues of an aging are critical for many.
One common restriction on decanting is not adding new beneficiaries, as confirmed in a recent case. Practical steps such as consolidating assets, organizing and computerizing records, involving children or others who will serve in fiduciary capacities so that they are aware of their roles, and more, is essential.Another common basis maximizing technique is to borrow money on appreciated assets and gift the borrowed funds away.This is particular useful to avoid tax in a decoupled state that has no gift tax (e.g., New Jersey).For example, one technique is to give someone a general power of appointment over a trust.
That means they will be given the right to designate who will receive the assets of the trust. While layers of limitations can be placed on such powers they do bring increased layers of complexity.Most folks seem to feel that once the documents are signed their good to go. If you meet your wealth manager semi-annually, at least one of those meetings should have your CPA and attorney in attendance.