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Susan T. House Elected 2017-2018 President of ACTEC
(The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel)
82 Nominees Elected as Fellows of Leading Estate...
ACTEC is pleased to submit comments in response to the following questions posed by OGE in a Notice published in the Federal Register on January 3, 2017,...
ACTEC submitted a report that recommends the IRS be granted the authority to extend the period in which to make all tax elections under the Federal transfer...
IN THIS ISSUE: Most Recent Version of Materials, Self-Employment Tax and LLCs, New Partnership Audit Rules, Fiduciary Income Taxation Update, and Upcoming...
ACTEC recently submitted comments on Proposed Regulations to section 6221 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, which was added by...
On October 27, 2016, ACTEC submitted Comments on the Proposed Regulations under section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code relating to the treatment of...
Estate Planning Fundamentals to Help Protect Your Family’s Future
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One of the central purposes of ACTEC is to study and improve trust, estate and tax laws, procedures and professional responsibility. ACTEC and its Fellows file amicus briefs in appropriate cases, testify before Congress, provide in-depth analysis of administrative positions to the Internal Revenue Service, assist in the development of best practices for trust and estate lawyers, and participate actively in the development of the recommendations being promulgated by the international Financial Action Task Force.
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel is a national organization of approximately 2,600 lawyers elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors. Its members work to teach those who aspire to enter the field and to improve and reform laws, procedure and standards while working with their peers and other professional organizations.