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For more than 20 years, Bingham Legal Group has helped individuals and families throughout Metro Detroit devise legal solutions and plan for the future.
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And Remedies

When You Need It Most

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And Remedies
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Trusts, beneficiaries and taxes

| Oct 6, 2018 | Firm News, Trust Administration

There are many estate planning issues to take into consideration, but some require special attention, such as tax matters. Whether you are a beneficiary and are unsure of your tax obligations after a loved one passed away or you are setting up an estate plan and are unsure of how it will be impacted by taxes, it is critical to handle these matters properly and find answers to your questions. Both estate planning and taxes can be confusing and stressful to deal with, but it is essential to work through these issues properly.

First of all, it is important to remember that there are different types of trusts which have different tax implications. You may want to review some of the more favorable types of trusts with respect to taxation if you are worried about how your estate plan will be affected by the IRS. If you are a beneficiary, it is very important to figure out what taxes you may owe as a result of income received from the trust, since you may face harsh consequences for failing to do so.

Taxes can create even more stress for beneficiaries and those creating trusts. However, you may feel relieved after carefully going over your obligations and having a clearer idea of what to expect. When it comes to estate plans and taxes, there are many options and various types of plans are treated differently by the IRS, so this is an important issue to consider with regard to your estate plan.