Category: Charitable Planning

Post-Exit Planning Video 8-Building a Family Legacy

Please join Wayne M. Zell, Esq. for this 8th of eight videos of Episode 6: Post-Exit Planning, which focuses on building a family legacy. (more…)

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Tax Bill – More Individual Planning

The tax bill (TCJA) repeals the deduction for personal exemptions. It increases the standard deductions for single filers to $12,000 and for married joint filers to $24,000. These changes sunset after 2025 (i.e.,…

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Advanced Estate Planning, Charitable Planning Techniques, pt. 8/8

Please join Wayne M. Zell, Esq., for this video presentation of his Estate Planning Bootcamp for Financial Advisors, Session 5, part 8 of 8. This video focuses on charitable planning techniques.…

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Will Donor Advised Funds be Limited in Future?

In late February 2014, Representative Dave Camp (R-Mich.) proposed tax reform legislation including a requirement that all donations to a Donor Advised Fund be paid out within five years of their…

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Tax-Exempt Status for First Church of Cannabis

Really?  On the one hand, marijuana remains classified at a Schedule 1 Drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act. At the same time, the IRS has granted tax-exempt status to a…

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