In this recent New York Times reprint, Chief Wealth Strategist Alvina Lo shares her insights. With the rule on alimony and deductions changed, so must the strategy of couples parting ways.In particular, couples going through a divorce should re-examine their tax strategy, as well as their cash flow and spending needs.Wealthier families should consult with their tax advisors to fully understand the tax implications of the new law.
Possible tax planning benefits, yet limited investment potential. Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) were created under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as a way to incentivize long-term investments in underserved communities.
Wilmington Trust’s Alvina Lo, Brian Oard, and Adam Bakash check in with tax and estate planning lawyers at the 2018 Hawaii Tax Institute Conference to discuss tax planning considerations for business owners.Closely Held BusinessesKeith Schiller, Founder and Owner of the Schiller Law Group, discusses the obstacles clients face when implementing a succession plan for a closely held business.