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Fall 2017 Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee October 19-22
Expert commentary by ACTEC Fellow Ronald Aucutt regarding US tax law.
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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, ACTEC, is a national organization of approximately 2,500 lawyers elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors. Our members, "Fellows," are the best and brightest in the trust and estate practice, with decades of experience representing and advising families.
First Place Winner: SHAWN IRWIN WALKER, “Over My Dead Body: Preventing and Resolving Disputes Regarding the Disposition of the Dead” (University of Oregon...
A deep look at Section 2704 by Ronald Aucutt an ACTEC Fellow in Virginia and the District of Columbia, and a partner in McGuireWoods LLP.
Expert commentary by Ronald Aucutt, an ACTEC Fellow and a partner in McGuireWoods LLP, regarding US Tax Code Section 2704. The White House has ordered...
Want estate tax valuation, debt-equity, foreign currency, foreign transfer rules axed
Silence on four projects is neither support nor opposition,...
On behalf of ACTEC, please find attached a report that recommends that the federal estate tax recovery provisions in the Internal Revenue Code be amended...
ACTEC is pleased to comment, in response to Notice 2017-38, 2017-30 I.R.B. 147, on the regulatory burdens and complexity that are, and would be, imposed...
Now Including Musings from the ACTEC Summer Meeting