What If The Estate Tax Is Repealed?

Bearden, Frank C.
August 2000
Advisor Today;Aug2000, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p54
Trade Publication
Gives pieces of advice for financial advisors on how to cope with the impact of repealing estate tax. Challenge of repealing estate tax; Details on a case which shows how an advisor might transition from funding estate tax liability to working with other financial needs and wants; What can be learned from the case.


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