Posts Tagged ‘ Super Committee ’

ALERT: Gift Tax Exemptions Could Be Significantly Lowered By Next Week

The Deficit Reduction Super Committee Holds Meeting For Opening Statements

There is an increasing buzz in the estate planning community regarding the decisions the Super Committee must make by next Wednesday, November 23. As we have discussed previously, the Super Committee is made of six Democrats and six Republicans evenly split from the U.S. House and Senate.  Their task is to come up with a…

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Last Week in Estate Planning (September 11 to September 17, 2011)

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This past April top estate planning blogger David A. Shulman, Esq. opined that “[t]he #1 Estate Planning blog is and continues to be Texas Tech Univ. School of Law Professor Gerry Beyer’s ‘Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog.’  It is, and continues to be, essential reading for anyone in the profession.”  Read more...

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Update: The “Super Committee” and the State of Estate Taxes

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The Super Committee Congress has recently created a bipartisan “Super Committee” that is tasked with coming up with cutting $1.2 trillion from the U.S. Debt by November 23, 2011.  The Super Committee, also known as the U.S. Congress Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, was created as a result of the recent debt ceiling crisis…

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