The government has released 2019 final regulations (changing and finalizing 2018 proposed regulations), 2019 proposed regulations, and other official guidance regarding the 20% deduction for qualified business income from pass-through entities, as well as regulations attacking multiple trusts created to avoid federal income tax.
We will discuss planning tips that may affect business structure and irrevocable tax elections, including special issues touching upon real estate or separating businesses from contaminated income. Separately, we will briefly mention some life insurance income tax issues, including proposed regulations under the transfer-for-value rules and a case involving the treatment of compensatory split-dollar arrangements.
Steve has drafted trusts and a full range of estate planning documents for clients to help grow, preserve, and transmit their family wealth. He has also drafted organizational documents for limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships to implement their owners' wishes regarding current and future control and transmission, including bringing in new owners and facilitating exit strategies.
Steve enjoys helping clients structure their affairs to achieve their achieve their personal, business, and financial goals while trying to reduce the drag that taxes impose on them. His firm provides full service to businesses; however, he also act as counsel on specialized matters while cooperating and facilitating the continued involvement of an existing legal, accounting, and financial services team. Steve maintains his CPA license but prefer to refer income tax returns to practicing CPAs.
Steve Gorin is former president and an ongoing contributor to strategic initiatives of Covenant Place, a senior affordable housing community with a groundbreaking model for integrated residents with the surrounding community and facilitating holistic services to enrich their lives.
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