Our Business Owners Outlook is a quarterly survey that explores business owners’ concerns and outlooks on themes that are most important to them. This first in the series, “Risky Business,” reveals some eye-opening disconnects in the respondents’ thinking.Business owners strongly support the Trump administration’s policies, yet they also worry about U.
U.S. Supreme Court holds presence of resident discretionary beneficiaries does not justify North Carolina income taxation of nonresident trustee in Kaestner Trust. When determining whether a trustee of a nongrantor trust must pay a particular state’s income tax on retained ordinary income and capital gains, practitioners should resist the impulse to consult the governing-law clause in the Will or trust instrument.
In the June issue of our monthly flagship publication, we feature:On the Record by Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth, where he talks about the confluence of political and economic factors that led our Investment Committee to reduce a years-long overweight to equities—with the proceeds shifted first into cash, and later, fixed income—and our continuing concerns.