If you own assets, you have an estate. This means that nearly everybody has an estate, whether it is small or large and therefore should have a written plan. Without a plan in writing your state of residence will choose who receives your assets when you die. The state's choice may not be the result you intended. We see issues like this even in very large estates. How can you ensure your intentions will be realized? We outline three basic steps to get you started in planning:
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- FASB Revises Reporting Requirements for Employee Share-Based Payments
- Map your company’s success with pro forma financials
- Trump Administration’s 2017 Tax Reform Outline – A Wolters Kluwer Tax Briefing
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