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Taxes

Property and Revocable Trusts – MN Estate Tax Update

by Maggie Green October 23, 2013 Estate Planning 101

Individuals that own property in multiple states often consider placing the property into a revocable trust for planning purposes. While this can be an effective planning technique, there are some important points to consider. For […]

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Think Before You Transfer

by Jennifer Santini October 17, 2013 Estate Planning 101

Clients often talk about transferring property either to other individuals, into a trust, or into a pass-through entity for a wide array of reasons. One of the top reasons is typically to avoid probate. Another […]

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Cancellation of Debt

by Jayne Sykora October 10, 2013 Real Estate

We have written here at Epilawg about a handful of tax topics, mostly related to estate or gift taxes. What has not been discussed is cancellation of debt (C.O.D.) taxation, which could have quite an […]

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Beneficiary Designations and Estate Planning for Retirement Accounts

by Maggie Green October 7, 2013 Estate Planning 101

One of the most commonly overlooked items I see in client’s estate plans and during probate administrations is retirement accounts and their beneficiary designations. I think this has to do with the cumbersome nature of […]

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IRS Adopts “State of Celebration” Rule

by Jamie Held September 26, 2013 In the News

According to the IRS, same-sex couples who were legally married in a jurisdiction recognizing their marriage will be treated as a married couple for federal tax purposes, regardless of where they currently reside.  Revenue Ruling […]

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Appraisals

by Jayne Sykora September 16, 2013 Probate

Oftentimes, some property in a decedent’s estate will be unique and difficult to value, like: a business, artwork, jewelry, collectibles, or real estate. Oftentimes the value will be needed to help complete an inventory in […]

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New View of Pass-Through Entities in Relation to MN Estate & Gift Taxes

by Jennifer Santini July 1, 2013 Estate Planning 101

We have posted a few updates on the 2013 MN Omnibus Tax Bill (the “Bill”) and the changes the Bill brings to MN’s estate and gift taxes (see Erik Doerr’s post, 2013 MN Omnibus Tax […]

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Minnesota Gift Tax 2013

by Maggie Green June 3, 2013 Estate Planning 101

Last month, the Minnesota Legislature passed the Omnibus Tax Bill.  Erik Doerr wrote a great overview of the Tax Bill for Epilawg, check it out here.  My article below will focus on the new (or reinstated) Minnesota […]

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2013 MN Omnibus Tax Bill

by Erik Doerr May 28, 2013 Estate Planning 101

I wanted to write and let you know the latest on the bill that has made it through both the house and the senate in Minnesota and was signed into law by Governor Dayton on […]

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Here comes Uncertainty … again.

by Maggie Green May 2, 2013 In the News

We all know the saying about death and taxes being the only certainty in life.  Well, ironically, there is very little certainty when it comes to the “Death Taxes.”  Just this week, I received a […]

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a tax for more snow birds?

by Maggie Green March 21, 2013 Estate Planning 101

Governor Dayton recently proposed a budget that, among other things, may broaden the “snow bird” tax base. While those affected by the proposed legislation are most likely wealthy people who have second homes in warmer […]

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