The Purpose For Estate Planning

 

The reason for the activity that is called estate planning is usually to set into place a strategy that will conserve the assets of and estate to be able to be passed onto heirs on the death of the who owns the asset, for at least costs and taxes.

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At play in a typical scenario is the existence of a large estate that can incur heavy federal and state taxation and administration costs during the time of the death from the estate owner.

By making use of proper disposition of assets in trusts and taking advantage of such strategies of gifting and term life insurance, the bulk of a large estate can be transfered with a minimum of cost.

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