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VIEWpoint Issue 2 | 2021
2021-2022 Tax Planning Guide
Proposed Regulations for Inherited IRAs Bring Unwelcome Surprises
CFPB’s Approach to Regulations
How To Identify Your Accounting Software Budget in 3 Easy Steps
Would you like to benefit charity while reducing the size of your taxable estate yet maintain an income stream for yourself? Would you also like to divest yourself of highly appreciated assets and diversify your portfolio with minimal tax consequences? Then consider a CRT. Here’s how it works:
If you fund the CRT with appreciated assets, it can sell them without paying tax on the gain and then invest the proceeds in a variety of stocks and bonds. You’ll owe capital gains tax when you receive CRT payments, but much of the liability will be deferred. Plus, only a portion of each payment will be attributable to capital gains. This also may help you reduce or avoid exposure to the 3.8 percent net investment income tax and the 20 percent top long-term capital gains rate.
For more ideas on tax-smart gifts to charity, minimizing estate taxes, maintaining an income stream or diversifying your portfolio tax efficiently, contact us.
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