Review of Reviews: Afterlife of the Death Tax

Throughout the years, there have been many proposed solutions to the estate tax; from increasing it to eliminating it. In this article, Professor Samuel D. Brunson advocates for the elimination

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Oprah Winfrey Attacking  Taxes on the Rich

Unlike most outspoken Hollywood stars, business moguls and the incredibly wealthy Oprah Winfey has a different take on taxes, especially that of the Death Tax. Interestingly enough here, is Oprah

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2019 – Family Business USA Survey

A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER – Pat Soldano   I am contacting you to request your help in reaching business-owning families and asking them to complete the 2019 Family Enterprise USA

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Our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed.

I’ll say it again, our Work is NOT Complete – The Estate Tax has NOT been repealed. What we saw and heard in President Trump’s State of the Union, in

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Senator Kyl Again Seeks to Cut the Death Tax

Seeking to “start the conversation”, Senator Kyl proposed cutting the estate tax rate in half, from 40 percent to that of capital gains. It’s a return to a favorite subject

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Analysis of Proposed Tax Regulations for “Pass-Through” Entities

The US Department of the Treasury and the IRS have released Proposed Regulations on Internal Revenue Code Section 199A, the 20% pass-through deduction designed to provide tax relief to pass-through

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State Death Tax Chart Update July 9, 2018

Revised July 9, 2018 PATG State Death Tax Chart – July 9, 2018 This chart is maintained for the Policy and Taxation Group Website and is updated regularly.  Any comments

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HR 5422 Death Tax Repeal Bill Introduced

As you know, with Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) running for Governor of South Dakota, we need a new champion for our issue in the House. To that end, House Ways

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State Death Tax Chart Update March 18, 2018

Revised March 18, 2018 PATG State Death Tax Chart – March 18, 2018 This chart is maintained for the Policy and Taxation Group Website and is updated regularly.  Any comments

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House and Senate Pass HR 1; on to President

The U.S. House again passes sweeping rewrite of the tax code with a vote of 224-201 of voting in favor and on HR1; Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. 16 Republicans

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