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Changes to federal estate tax are beneficial for most

Federal tax laws have finally stabilized into a clear deal that benefits most estate owners across the country. Under the new rules, each individual can exclude $5.25 million, including gifts, from their estate taxes this year. In addition, the new top estate tax rate is 40 percent. Financial advisors say that under these new rules, very few estate owners will be affected by estate taxes - news that undoubtedly has many Floridians relieved.

Navigating around costly estate tax issues

Most working adults are familiar with standard tax procedures, but fewer individuals have experience in dealing with matters like the estate of a loved one who has recently passed. On the same note, many families do not fully plan for the care and distribution of their assets in the case of death. Fortunately, there are several estate planning options for Floridians and people around the country to protect their wealth from excessive taxation so that last wishes are fulfilled and loved ones are accounted for.

Historic 2012 estate planning opportunities

With 2013 approaching and the propsect of a last minute estate tax compromise in Washington highly doubtful, now is the time to take advantage of soon to expire, historic estate preservation and tax savings opportunities.

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