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What U.S. Citizens Living Abroad Should Know About Asset Transfers

December 26, 2017

Filed under: Asset Protection Planning — Neel Shah @ 9:15 am

In the process of international estate and trust planning, there are many different details that need to be addressed to maximize the financial health of families that have connections to overseas countries and the United States, and to minimize the potential tax implications. tips for Americans living abroad taxes

There are many concerns that will become more prominent in the coming years about proper succession planning and the transfer of wealth for U.S. citizens living abroad.

Many of these individuals have a concern about reducing their estate tax liability upon the death of the U.S. citizen wherever possible. Succession planning strategies that are implemented to minimize or reduce estate tax obligations should be carefully crafted so as not to trigger adverse tax consequences down the road. Scheduling a consultation with an experienced estate planning lawyer is the only way to know for sure that you have considered all potential obstacles and issues in your individual plan to minimize tax obligations.

The right attorney can be a significant asset as you raise questions and ensure that your plan comprehensively addresses all of your primary concerns. Schedule a consultation with an estate planning lawyer today to learn more.

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