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The administration of an estate can begin as a very personal endeavor but, without expert support from financial planning and tax specialists, can quickly become a complex and technical one. State estate taxes, income taxes and other elements of estate planning must be considered to achieve the most beneficial outcomes for trustees and beneficiaries. Other considerations include determining who will receive one’s property, investigating the benefits of donations before death, understanding the impact of estate taxes on assets that remain for beneficiaries and developing a strategy to maximize the property that remains for minors after liabilities have been paid out.
A knowledgeable accountant can help with these complex issues and Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman has decades of experience offering expert guidance in this arena. If you currently or soon anticipate becoming responsible for an estate, call our professionals.
Working with Ian Shuman, and more recently with Elinor Litwack, has been wonderful. Ian brings a wealth of CPA management experience, which has proven invaluable in helping our firm address management issues.
Ana Ramos | Associate Director for Administration
Stanley Medical Research Institute