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The American College of Trust & Estate Counsel (ACTEC) has just released its newest tool, and it is free. The ACTEC Wealth Advisor application for iPad® is now available for complimentary download via the Apple App Store....more
Over the last few weeks I have been diligently outlining tax planning strategies for trial attorneys with contingent fee income. These strategies have ranged from structured settlement arrangements using private placement...more
In Part 5, I focus on the utility of the QSF from an investment funding perspective to illustrate how private placement life insurance can be used in a split dollar life insurance funding format in order to to create a...more
Part I of this series focused on tax reduction and deferral strategies for trial attorneys with contingent fee income using private placement variable deferred annuities in lieu of fixed annuities for structured settlement...more
Part I of this series focused on tax reduction and deferral strategies for trial attorneys with contingent fee income using private placement variable deferred annuities in lieu of fixed annuities for structured...more
This is a good analysis of the implications of IRS 6050W for attorneys and others who accept credit card payments; kudos to Lawpay.com for the analysis!...more
Structured attorney fees are a tax-deferred alternative to receiving a lump-sum fee payment. By structuring fees, the attorney can receive the fee payments over time on a tax-deferred basis. The attorney pays taxes on the...more
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