Year-end estate planning strategies

Aronson, Doria D.
December 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;12/2/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 25, p30
The article focuses on year-end estate planning strategies. There are many estate planning options, which allow one to take advantage of annual exclusion and lifetime exemption. A qualified personal residence trust is a technique through which one transfer residence into a trust to heirs while retaining the right to live in residence for a term of years.


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