Is Uncle Sam in Your Client's Will?

Roop, Walter
January 2002
Advisor Today;Jan2002, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p70
Trade Publication
Suggests a way for financial advisors to help their clients prevent a large taxable estate. Definition of estate; Information on irrevocable life insurance trust; Sources of cash that can be used to pay taxes, debts and expenses.


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