So are you tired of political ads yet? Sometimes it is difficult to know what to believe and how to separate the truth from the campaign. We are all promised that the solution to our problems as individuals and as a nation is to vote for the “right” candidate. However, the sad truth is that regardless of who is elected as our next president, our country will face enormous financial liabilities due to our current situation and massive debt. Because of this, it is more important than ever to stay abreast of the current issues and changes in tax laws that may affect you.
The upcoming changes will likely be significant out of necessity, and, If no action is taken before the end of the year, thousands of Americans may see a significant increase in the potential tax exposure. Depending on your individual circumstances, there may be planning that should be done prior to the end of the year. It is important to have your current estate plan reviewed to ensure that you are not missing out on estate planning tools that may no longer exist after January 1st.
If you currently do not have an estate plan, now is definitely the time. If you do have an estate plan, now is the time to ensure it is current with the law and your personal situation.
Contributed by MH Arrowhead and Phoenix Estate Planning Attorney West Hunsaker
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