Best not to wait until the last minute, so we’ve made a list and checked it twice. Each step may bring you closer to preserving or enhancing your assets, leaving you more to enjoy or share with those who matter most, but decisions are best made with guidance of your tax professional and Wilmington Trust advisor.
October 20, 2020, GEM 24 — This year end is a little different than usual. Not only has 2020 been a year of uncertainty due to the global pandemic, which continues to linger, but we are now facing a presidential election as well. Depending on the outcome, you may need to make a few modifications to your estate and tax planning strategies. Director of Wealth Strategies Lisa Ligas provides some key strategies to help you optimize your plan for today and for the year ahead.
September 29, 2020, GEM 22—With this being an election year, three potential tax scenarios could affect your year-end planning efforts. First, consider the tax laws that President Trump instituted in 2017 under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, then look at the older tax provisions that are still in effect, and finally consider how your planning might be affected by the tax proposals put forth by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.