Media Type: Alert
On Monday, June 5, 2017, Federal News Radio host Bob Leins welcomed Stein Sperling’s David De Jong and Steven Widdes to the For Your Benefit studio to talk about possible changes to tax and estate laws during the Trump administration.
Tax attorney Dave De Jong discussed the following topics:
He cautioned that it could be some time before the final changes are defined.
“We could be several months away from seeing the devil in the details,” Dave said.
Estates and Trust attorney Steve Widdes also discussed the following topics:
Steve said, we “just don’t know what’s going to be introduced, other than it appears that there’s strong support to remove the estate tax as it is known under the federal government.”
Regardless of what happens at the federal level, Steve said, there will still be an estate tax of some sort in many states, including Maryland.
Both Dave and Steve stressed that changes to the “death tax” will only affect a small percentage of taxpayers, and stressed the non-tax related reason for estate planning.
Among the unknowns for the future of tax and estate laws under the Trump administration, they said, are the following:
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