The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) today released its 200th episode in the ACTEC Trust and Estate Talk podcast series sponsored by The ACTEC Foundation, “The Law, Professional Responsibility, and the Future of Trust and Estates.”
Celebrating 200 podcasts, two ACTEC leaders discuss issues and forces shaping the future of the practice and the ability of practitioners to impact lives.
Experts in tax law present their research on racial wealth disparity as well as recommendations for funding and distributing reparations to to Black Americans.
An explanation of the roles and responsibleness involved in a will, trust, or estate plan such as fiduciary, agent, executor, trustee, and guardian.
The foundation of the global financial order is set for significant changes as demand for digital assets and cryptocurrencies upsets governments' reliance on the dollar.
The Administration’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Proposals by Ronald D. Aucutt
Estate planning and family law attorneys share what to be aware of and some pitfalls when drafting premarital agreements and prenups.
The ACTEC Pocket Tax Tables guide is a handy resource for frequently used tax information revised through April 15, 2022.
Words of caution for trust fiduciaries, beneficiaries and residents; CA has liberal definitions of who is considered a resident and subjected to tax on trusts.
Understand the pros and cons of writing a will for yourself and what should be considered when planning for the disposition of your assets.