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I'm Middle-Class--Why Do I Need to Worry About Estate Taxes?

Learn how to plan for the risk that the Illinois estate tax might be assessed--even when the risk is a possibility rather than a probability. Originally presented as part of Estate Planning for the 99%, available in its entirety as P1904-19U.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P1904-19E-05
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Expires: 12/1/2021

I'm Middle-Class--Why Do I Need to Worry About Estate Taxes?
Learn how to plan for the risk that the Illinois estate tax might be assessed--even when the risk is a possibility rather than a probability.  Consider several applicable estate planning techniques which will help reduce or eliminate the imposition of the Illinois estate tax for couples who have accumulated over $4.0 million of combined assets (including house, retirement benefits, life insurance, etc.). Understand portability under the federal estate tax law.
Lorraine Cavataio, Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C., O’Fallon &
Stephen A. Frost, Huck Bouma P.C., Wheaton 

Expires: 12/1/2021

I'm Middle-Class--Why Do I Need to Worry About Estate Taxes?
Learn how to plan for the risk that the Illinois estate tax might be assessed--even when the risk is a possibility rather than a probability.  Consider several applicable estate planning techniques which will help reduce or eliminate the imposition of the Illinois estate tax for couples who have accumulated over $4.0 million of combined assets (including house, retirement benefits, life insurance, etc.). Understand portability under the federal estate tax law.
Lorraine Cavataio, Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C., O’Fallon &
Stephen A. Frost, Huck Bouma P.C., Wheaton 

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Program Date12/9/2019
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Program Date12/9/2019
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