Many people delay proper estate planning because they do not like thinking about death. Estate Planning is generally considered the process by which people develop a plan that ensures that the assets they have worked so hard accumulating during their lifetime are protected and distributed to those they love. Depending upon the size and composition of your estate, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may take a large portion of your assets. Fortunately, it’s not too late to write the IRS out of your will. We can help you implement a variety of advanced tax strategies to keep your assets out of the hands of the IRS.
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