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Estate planning for owners of closely-held businesses.

Estate planning for owners of closely-held businesses.

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Published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education in Boston, Mass. (20 West St., Boston 02111) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Close corporations -- United States.,
    • Estate planning -- United States.,
    • Inheritance and transfer tax -- Law and legislation -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMassachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF1466 .E86 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 294 p. ;
      Number of Pages294
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2070334M
      LC Control Number88083778

      In planning for a closely held business and its owners, it is always important to integrate the needs and capabilities of the business with the personal, business and estate plans of each of the owners. the sale of the closely-held business because no such sale for cash is anticipated. Instead, the exit strategy is part of a succession plan designed to pass on the family business to the next generation. Thus, traditional estate planning is designed to shelter the closely-held business from inclusion the gross Size: KB.

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      Jim Head represents individuals and owners of closely held businesses in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, fiduciary litigation, tax, gift and estate tax controversy, business planning, charitable giving, and general business law matters. He regularly structures and implements business succession and transactional strategies for privately heldOccupation: Partner. Enter the estate planning/tax attorney and financial adviser. These individuals possess the tools and the knowhow to maximize your assets throughout your lifetime and ensure they are properly cared for and distributed thereafter. There are a number of tools available to small and family-owned business owners to achieve their estate planning goals.


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Closely Held Businesses in Estate Planning provides exhaustive coverage of the gratuitous transfer tax system, inter vivos gifting strategies, valuations freezes, intra-family sales, buy-sell agreements, the marital deduction, planning strategies for retirement income distributions, and valuation of closely held business interests.

Accessible to practitioners with varying degrees of experience in the subject, An Estate Planner's Guide to Buy-Sell Agreements for the Closely Held Business provides guidance for assisting owners of a closely held business in structuring arrangements to deal with the withdrawal of an owner from the ownership of the business.

The book explains the important differences to consider when drafting an agreement for a business. Business Succession and Estate Planning for the Closely Held Business: What You Need to Know (Quick Prep) by Clayton W.

Chan (Author)Format: Paperback. Estate Planning For Closely Held Business Owners. As a business owner, often your major asset and greatest source of income is the closely held business. And, in many cases, your concern is to pass that productive asset to younger generations and provide a livelihood for family members.

Such an objective, however, entails numerous tax and non-tax considerations. OCLC Number: Notes: "This portfolio revises and supersedes th T.M., Corporate stock redemption -- sectionth-5th T.M. Corporate buy-out agreements, and rd T.M., Estate planning for closely held stock transactions and S.

Corporations. Get this from a library. Estate planning for owners of closely held business interests. [Louis A Mezzullo; Tax Management Inc.].

Estate planning for an estate which involves a closely -held business presents some unique problems and opportunities. The business interest often represents significant value in the estate, is.

If you’re the sole owner of your family business, you can create an estate plan that details the transfer of ownership and managerial power to your next of kin. The situation becomes more complicated for family businesses with multiple owners.

In these cases, consulting the shareholder or partnership agreement is crucial. Not only does this document dictate who can and cannot acquire shares after a current owner 1/5(3). Estate Planning Considerations for Closely Held Business Owners Owners of closely held businesses and their families can benefit in many ways from a well thought out and implemented estate plan.

Estate Planning Considerations for Closely Held Business Owners Rebecca Rosenberger Smolen and Amy Neifeld Shkedy, The Legal Intelligencer July 9, Owners of closely held businesses and their families can benefit in many ways from a well thought out and implemented estate plan that appropriately addresses the business.

Estate planning for closely held business owners. The vast majority of U.S. businesses are closely held. While there are many legal and financial advantages to various types of closely held business entities, interest in a closely held business can increase the complexity of estate planning.

Estate Planning Considerations for Closely Held Business Owners Owners of closely held businesses and their families can benefit in many ways from a well thought out and implemented estate plan that appropriately addresses the business interests, which often comprise a significant part of a family's net worth.

Thus, as part of a comprehensive estate plan review, an owner in a closely held business with multiple owners needs to determine whether an agreement between the owners and possibly the company is in place to alter or control the disposition of an ownership interest upon death, establish a value for the interest at death, or provide liquidity for the estate.

Estate planning for business owners: What happens to your business when you leave. Stephen J. Lacey and Brooke M. Benzio, Financial Q&A Published p.m. ET Feb. 12, CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN. Estate Planning for the Closely Held Business Presented by: Dennis I.

Belcher [email protected] and William I. Sanderson D. Extent of Estate Planning by Private Business Owners to Meet Estate Liquidity Needs. 3 II. Process for Advising Private Business Owners on Meeting. Blank Rome Associate Andrew Haas recently authored Chapter 6, “Estate Planning for Closely Held Businesses,” of Estate Planning in Pennsylvania, Fourth Edition (PBI Press, ).

About Estate Planning in Pennsylvania, Fourth Edition In this thoroughly revised, comprehensive text, authors will provide practice tools covering every critical estate planning issue, including.

Estate planning for a closely held business is not conducive to one-size-fits-all solutions, and there are traps for the poorly advised. Below are key steps business owners should take to prevent their businesses from being tied up in litigation, hobbled with tax liabilities, or controlled by people who have little understanding of the business: 1.

This article has been excerpted from Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts: for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs, available from Entrepreneur Press. Your estate plan, no matter how complex, can be. Wealth Planning > Estate Planning. Planning for the Sale of a Closely Held Business. According to a recent UBS survey, 41 percent of closely held business owners expect to exit their.

Practical Guide to Estate Planning () provides an overview of estate planning, offering the widest discussion on planning principles and tools from the simple to the sophisticated. This book is not lacking in detail, as witnessed by its well-annotated collection of. In August ofthe IRS issued long awaited proposed regulations under IRC Section If adopted, these proposed regulations may significantly reduce the opportunity to apply valuation discounts when making intra-family transfers of interests in various entities.

For estate planning attorneys and their clients this translates to impending restrictions. Practical Guide to Estate Planning () provides an overview of estate planning, offering the widest discussion on planning principles and tools from the simple to the sophisticated.

This book is not lacking in detail, as witnessed by its well-annotated collection of forms that will appeal to many experienced estate : $In regards to the special concerns of owners of closely-held businesses, this Portfolio considers buy-sell agreements and the opportunities to pay an estate tax liability in installments.

In regards to closely held businesses, further reference may be made to T.M., Estate Planning for Owners of Closely Held Business Interests.