Gift and Estate Planning
Recorded On: 11/09/2017
This webinar introduces the concept of the unified transfer tax system (gift and estate taxes) and planning techniques to minimize the costs of property transfers during lifetime and at death. The components of the gift and the estate tax computations are discussed and illustrated through examples. Common and not-so common gift and estate planning strategies are discussed, including establishing lifetime gifting programs, maximizing the marital deduction, using grantor retained annuity trusts, and evaluating the effectiveness of the portability election.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Define what constitutes a taxable gift for federal gift tax purposes.
- Explain the various components of the federal gift tax computation, and review a Case Study.
- Define items to be included in the gross estate for federal estate tax purposes.
- Explain the various components of the federal estate tax computation, and review a Case Study
- Evaluate several gift-tax planning strategies, such as lifetime giving, maximizing the marital deduction, using trusts for inter vivos gifts, charitable transfers, and deciding what property to gift.
- Evaluate several estate planning strategies, including fine-tuning the marital deduction, establishing an A-B trust arrangement, comparing the portability election trust arrangement, avoiding probate costs, and establishing grantor retained annuity trusts and family limited partnerships.
IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law
NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Taxes
Presented by John O. Everett, CPA, Ph.D., and Cherie J. Hennig, CPA, Ph.D.
NSA ConnectED Webinar Series
Program Level: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study
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Cherie J. Hennig, CPA Ph.D.
Cherie J. Hennig, CPA, Ph.D.
Cherie J. Hennig, CPA, Ph.D., began her career as an IRS Revenue Agent in Denver, CO. She has taught undergraduate and graduate tax courses at Florida International University, Colorado State University, the University of South Florida, and Virginia Tech. She has published articles in leading tax journals, co-authored two tax texts and written and taught numerous continuing professional education courses. She is a co-author of NSA's 1040 101 course.
John O. Everett, CPA, Ph.D
John O. Everett, CPA, Ph.D
John O. Everett, CPA, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Accounting at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. John's teaching specialty is federal taxation. He has authored or co-authored over 90 articles in academic and professional journals including the NSA EA Exam Review Course and 1040 101 Course, and is the coauthor of several textbooks, including CCH Practical Guide to Schedule M-3 Compliance, The HBJ Federal Tax Course, Income Tax Fundamentals, and Tax Planning With the Computer.