At the eleventh hour on New Year’s Eve, Washington negotiators reached a compromise to avoid the “fiscal cliff” – the looming combination of tax increases and spending cuts that threatened to throw the country back into recession. The fiscal cliff compromise included a number of favorable estate and gift tax provisions. However, the compromise also left Congress with a short-term need to address other deadlines and a lingering desire to enact comprehensive tax reform. Addressing those matters is likely to lead to further wealth transfer tax changes, some of which might restrict current gifting techniques. This white paper discusses . . .
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