Using SLATs and other techniques for estate planning now | podcast
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Using SLATs and other techniques for estate planning now | podcast

1 month ago · 30 min listen

Clients have three years left to use the enhanced unified credit before it gets cut in half. Putting holistic techniques in place that consider tax, financial planning, and asset protection sooner rather than later will be important. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, interviews Marty Shenkman, CPA/PFS, JD, and Jonathan Blattmachr, JD, to get their thoughts on using SLATs and other strategies. They answer the following questions:

  • How do SLATs work?

  • Why are SLATs and other techniques effective for clients who won’t be subject to the estate tax even when the unified credit is cut in half?

  • Why is it important to mix and match techniques like SLATs, DAPTs, hybrid DAPTs, and SPATs to get the best results for your clients?

  • What are the most critical considerations for making sure that your clients get the most access to these trust assets?

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