The CPA's Guide to Financial and Estate Planning 





    The CPA's Guide to Financial and Estate Planning
    is a comprehensive 1000- page, 4- volume publication, which provides guidance to CPAs advising clients in estate, tax, retirement, investment and risk management matters, as well as reflects the law and planning implications of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) and the net investment income tax. The guide is released in four separate volumes.






    Volume 1 (2015)

    • Chapter 1: The Art of Financial Planning
    • Chapter 2: Estate and client analysis  (Non-members can download this chapter for free!)
    • Chapter 3: The Co-Ownership of property
    • Chapter 4: Lifetime gifts to individuals
    • Chapter 5: Charitable Giving
    • Chapter 6: The Use of Trusts
    • Chapter 7: Life Insurance

    Volume 2 (2014) - The 2015 edition of this volume will be available in late summer.

    • Chapter 7: Life Insurance
    • Chapter 8: Annuities
    • Chapter 9: Employee Benefits
    • Chapter 10: Transfers Includible in the Death of the Estate
    • Chapter 11: Wills (Non-members can download this chapter for free!)
    • Chapter 12: The Marital Deduction

    Volume 3 (2014) - The 2015 edition of this volume will be available in early fall.

    • Chapter 13: Powers of Appointment
    • Chapter 14: Selection and Appointment of Fiduciaries
    • Chapter 15: Postmortem Planning
    • Chapter 16: Planning for the Executive
    • Chapter 17: Planning for the Professional
    • Chapter 18: Closely Held Businesses – Choice of Business Form
    • Chapter 19: Planning for the Owner of the Closely Held Corporation (Non-members can download this chapter for free!)
    • Chapter 20: Planning for the Partner
    • Chapter 21: Planning for the Sole Proprietor
    • Chapter 22: Planning for the Farmer and Rancher
    • Chapter 23: Impact of Estate Freeze Rules on Intrafamily Transfers

    Volume 4 (2014) - The 2015 edition of this volume will be available in early fall.

    • Chapter 24: Planning for Marriage, Divorce, or Separation
    • Chapter 25: Planning for Nontraditional Couples
    • Chapter 26: Planning for the Elderly and Disabled
    • Chapter 27: Planning for Generation-Skipping Transfers
    • Chapter 28: Planning for a Personal Residence
    • Chapter 29: Medical Care by Proxy
    • Chapter 30: College Planning
    • Chapter 31: Investment and Financial Planning Strategies and Vehicles
    • Chapter 32: Family Income-Splitting Techniques
    • Chapter 33: Year-End and New Year Tax Planning
    • Chapter 34: Maximizing Deductions and Reducing Taxes
    • Chapter 35: Social Security Benefits, Medicare, and Medicaid
    • Chapter 36: Asset Protection: Problems, Issues, and Opportunities
    • Chapter 37: Portability: An Estate Planning Game-Changer – But Not As Simple As It Seems
    • Chapter 38: Planning for the Additional Medicare Tax and Net Investment Income Tax
    • Chapter 39: The Affordable Care Act: What Practitioners Need to Know and Do Now
    • Chapter 40: The Effects of the Supreme Court’s Decision on the Defense of Marriage Act
    • Chapter 41: Passive Activity Losses: Working with the Complex PAL Rules
    • Chapter 42: Planning for the 99 Percent – How to Plan for Estates Under $5 Million (Non-members can download this chapter for free!)
    • Chapter 43: Statement on Standards in Personal Financial Planning Services
    • Appendix


    4-Part Webcast Series: Planning After ATRA: The CPA’s Guide to Financial and Estate Planning (2014)

    4-Part Webcast Series: Planning After ATRA (2013)
    Non-members can download the following webcasts recordings and PowerPoints for free

     




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