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The New Rules of Estate Planning

June 17, 2011

Best moves for getting your estate in order, after the Tax Relief Act of 2010

Glenn Ruffenach
Smart Money

If the Tax Relief Act motivates you to review your estate plan and consider any of these strategies, great. Have a chat with your attorney. Ideally, though, he or she will tell you that estate planning, at its heart, isn't about taxes; rather, it's about providing for your family, safeguarding their futures, anticipating your own financial needs and offering peace of mind, says James Kane, a tax attorney in Atlanta. "That's the real value, that level of comfort." And that would be worth throwing a party for. For more on this article click here.