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Implementing Wealth-Transfer Strategies

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Implementing wealth transfer strategies to children and grandchildren may be appropriate after you have achieved financial independence. Transfer strategies may help protect your wealth for future generations, minimize tax liabilities, and leverage gifting opportunities. Identifying the right strategies is key to helping family members with their own financial security and can be done in ways that encourage work ethic and responsibility.

Wealth-transfer techniques may include gifting to Crummey Trusts, Generation-Skipping Trusts, Grantor-Retained Annuity Trusts, and sales to Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts.

Planning with a trusted advisor is key. B|O|S has guided many clients through these decisions. Our goal is to help you make smart decisions and free up your time to focus on what matters most to you.

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Speak with our Estate Planning Advisor Judith Gordon, who joined the firm after a 35 year legal career in sophisticated estate and gift tax planning, charitable planning, and probate and trust administration.

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