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Tax tips for large estates

You've worked all your life to build what you have. You spent years in school, internships and working your way up the corporate ladder to get where you are today. Don't let all of it come crashing down after you are gone by facing high taxes on your estate. Today, we...

Common questions about estate taxes

For many estate planners, the question of taxes can feel complex and overwhelming. It is important that you do not bury your head in the sand when it comes to tax filings. By taking some small steps to address the most lingering questions, it is likely that you will...

Estate tax exemptions in Massachusetts

If you are starting to plan your estate, it is likely that you will want to look into the taxes that may or not be applied to your estate at the end of your life. Many people make it their primary goal when planning their estate to minimize the gift and estate taxes...

Smart ways to protect your wealth

No one wants to lose their hard-earned cash to foolish investment strategies. Therefore, it pays to invest a little time into knowing how to adequately manage your wealth in the future, both for your life and the lives of your beneficiaries. There are many ways to...

How is an estate calculated after death?

It can be confusing to try to navigate the estate valuation process. Whether you are someone who is currently planning their estate and you want to understand the entire process, or if you are a person that has recently lost a loved one, it is important to conduct...

How to avoid unintentional tax evasion

Everybody wants to arrange their taxes so that they are advantageous and maximize their income as much as possible. While this is a natural and smart thing to do, many people accidentally cross the line and engage in practices that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)...

Navigating federal estate taxes

Only a small minority of people are affected by federal estate tax. In fact, between December 2012 and March 2016, only .2 percent of Americans needed to pay federal taxes on their estate. However, state taxes are still applicable to many Americans today. Federal...

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