This year's conference will discuss how the election made decanting even more important; life insurance policy selection, design, and management; planning strategies in the "New Frontier" to reduce both income and estate taxes; and integrating retirement plan issues into a high net worth estate plan. Each topic is explored in depth, presenting key issues, alternative approaches, and practical planning strategies.
This year welcomes back Duncan E. Osborne, partner at Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Scott of Austin, Texas, to present on asset protection trust planning. Ron Aucutt, partner at McGuireWoods LLP's Virginia office, will present on installment sales, GRATs, and statute of limitations. Mr. Aucutt will also preside over panel discussion titled, "Current Developments: What's New and What's Next."
Steve Akers, planning co-chair of this program, said "top planners from around the country will address major estate planning issues for large estates including issues beyond just estate tax planning, and will discuss practical planning implications of the possibility of estate tax repeal or other dramatic transfer tax legislative changes." Mr. Akers is the managing director at Bessemer Trust Company in Dallas, Texas.
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