Estate Planning: When Portability Won’t Be Enough – On Wall Street


Estate Planning: When Portability Won’t Be Enough
On Wall Street
For years, A-B trust planning was a staple for wealthy couples. At the death of the first spouse, some assets go into the A (marital) trust, where estate tax usually isn’t imposed. Other assets go into a B (bypass or credit shelter) trust, up to the

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