Estate Planning for Utah Business Owners
Estate Tax Uncertainty
The only certainty about the federal estate is its uncertainty with each change in Congress and the White House. Additionally, some states now impose their own estate taxes, independent of any federal estate taxes.
Accordingly, careful monitoring of the economic, political and legal climate is required. Why? Without proper estate-liquidity planning, your family may have to sell the business just to meet an estate tax cash call.
Knowing potential estate tax liability for your family-owned business is a great place to start your business succession plan. Use our estate tax calculator to estimate the estate tax liability for your family business. (Enter the estimated value of your business ownership interest in the field for stocks.)
Salt Lake, Davis, and Weber County Estate Planning, Tax, Business and Real Estate Attorney Jason Hunter assists clients with Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Revocable Living Trusts, Charitable Planning, Utah Probate and Estate Administration, Asset Protection, Business Succession Planning, Elder Law and Long-Term Care Planning, Special Needs, Tax and Corporate Planning, and Real Estate in the greater Salt Lake County, Davis County, and Weber County areas, including Salt Lake City, Centerville, Bountiful, Farmington, Fruit Heights, Kaysville, Layton, Syracuse, Clearfield, West Point, West Haven, Roy, Hooper, Ogden, Pleasant View, Farr West, and Brigham City, with additional reach to serve clients in St. George, Cedar City, Kanab, Park City, Provo, Orem, and Logan.
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