Estate Planning and Gift Taxation – A Complete Guide

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Title: Estate Planning and Gift Taxation – A Complete Guide
Category: Taxation
Field of Study: Taxes
Course Code: T019-0103
CPE Credits: 33.0
Price: 135.95



This course integrates federal taxation with overall financial planning, with a special emphasis on estate and gift taxation. The course will explore tax strategies relating to the central financial tactics of wealth building, capital preservation, and estate distribution. The result is a unified explanation of tax-economics that will permit the tax professional to locate, analyze, and solve financial concerns. Designed to improve the quality of services to clients and the profitability of engagements, this program projects the accountant into the world of financial planning. This course will give the participant practice in analyzing problems, developing solutions, and presenting final personal financial plans to clients. The course surveys wills, living trusts, gifts, marital property, and probate avoidance. Will and trust forms are explored along with living wills, durable powers of attorney, and nominations of conservator. Designed to eliminate estate problems and death taxes, the emphasis is on practical

Delivery Method: Online Interactive Self Study

Level: Overview

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Course Details

Category: Taxation

Field of Study: Taxes

Passing Score: 70%

Technical Details: Taxation is a technical field of study for all states.

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Chapter 1: Financial Tax Planning 1. Identify short-term financial goals and investment purposes, recognize the importance of defining, listing and prioritizing realistic goals specifying how investing allocation changes with age. 2. Determine the tax consequences of title holding methods by: a. Specifying ways to hold title to assets starting with the simplest and most direct way to hold property; b. Cite the tax benefits and drawbacks of co-tenancies, corporations (both C & S), partnerships, qualified retirement plans, and trusts particularly as they relate to a client’s after-tax investment return; and c. Identifying custodianship under the uniform acts and determining how an estate can be tax beneficial to taxpayers. 3. Recognize the impact of retirement planning postponement identifying the importance of early planning using the author’s suggested step process, specify a balance sheet method to plan retirement, determine how to diversify portfolios by balancing liquid and nonliquid assets, and identify t

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QAS: Yes

CPA: Suitable for all CPAs

IRS: IRS credit for Enrolled Agents.

Profession Identifiers: CPA, EA