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David De Jong and Steve Widdes discuss anticipated changes in tax law on Federal News Radio

Date: June 15, 2015

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

Speaker(s): David S. De JongSteven A. Widdes, Bob Leins

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: For Your Benefit

Location: Federal News Radio 1500 AM, 3400 Idaho Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016

"For Your Benefit" host Bob Leins welcomes tax attorney David De Jong and estates and trusts attorney Steve Widdes with Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll PC to the studio to focus on possible changes in tax laws in the coming years.

They will explore which changes may have bipartisan support and which changes likely depend on one party controlling the White House and both houses of Congress.

Discussion points include:

  • How likely is major income tax reform?
  • What would make the tax law simpler?
  • How safe are the sacred deductions for interest and charitable deductions?
  • Can we rid ourselves of the alternative minimum tax?
  • Is the step-up in basis at death on borrowed time?
  • Will the estate tax exemption continue rising or is backtracking likely?
  • Are changes in store for annual gifting?

Listen to the podcast of "For Your Benefit": "Anticipating changes in tax law"


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