Preserving your wealth for future generations requires strategic estate and trust tax planning. Our team of tax experts provides comprehensive Estate & Trust Tax Services, helping you navigate the complexities of estate taxes, trust taxes, and gift taxes. We offer strategic guidance to minimize the tax impact on your estate and ensure a smooth, efficient transfer of wealth to your heirs. We provide valuable services for estates and trusts. We have experience in the preparation of Forms 706, 709, 1041 and 5227. These forms are essential in managing the financial affairs of estates and trusts and ensuring compliance with tax regulations.
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Form 706 (United States Estate (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return): Form 706 is filed when an individual passes away, and it is used to calculate the estate tax owed to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). We assist clients by preparing and filing this form, ensuring accurate reporting of assets, liabilities, deductions, and exemptions. We will calculate the estate tax liability and coordinate with estate administrators and your other professional representatives to ensure you have a successful filing.
Form 709 (United States Gift (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return): Form 709 is filed for reporting gifts made during an individual’s lifetime. This form helps track the lifetime use of the gift tax exemption and the generation-skipping transfer tax exemption. We can assist you in accurately reporting gifts, calculating any potential gift tax liability, and ensuring compliance with gift tax regulations. We will work with your other professional representatives to ensure you have a successful filing.
Form 1041 (U.S. Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts): Form 1041 is used to report income, deductions, gains, and losses for estates and trusts. We provide services related to the preparation and filing of Form 1041, ensuring accurate reporting of the income generated by the estate or trust. We handle the complex calculations, including the allocation of income to beneficiaries and the proper treatment of deductions and exemptions.
Form 5227 (Split-Interest Trust Information Return): Form 5227 is filed by charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) and charitable lead trusts (CLTs) in the United States. It provides information on the income, deductions, assets, and activities of these split-interest trusts. We provide services related to the preparation and filing of Form 5227, ensuring accurate reporting.