Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tax Reform Oxymoron – “Permanent” Tax Law Changes

I am always amused when Congress passes “permanent” tax legislation. It’s that kind of “permanency” that has kept tax lawyers like me perpetually employed. Take, for example, the estate tax provisions just enacted as part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.  In this new… Continue reading

Wayne Zell to Conduct Breakfast Briefing for Advisors on May 15th

With the enactment this year of “permanent” estate planning legislation, you may be curious about how estate planners are reacting to the changes and what you need to know to advise your clients.  If you are a certified financial  planner, financial advisor, certified public accountant, insurance… Continue reading

Wayne Zell to Speak at ACG Breakfast at Tower Club on May 14th

Wayne Zell will participate in a panel discussion on May 14th at 7:30am at the Tower Club in Tysons Corner entitled “Purpose Built Capital Rewards for Owners and Executives.”  The seminar is sponsored by the National Capital Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth and Sagemark Consulting.… Continue reading