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Preserving the Larger Estate

(Estate Tax Magic)

Dymond • Reagor • Colville, LLP


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Conditions of Use

  • This presentation is posted under the concept of shareware.

  • If after viewing the presentation you decide you want to use it, go ahead but, please pay for it.

  • Cost $75

  • Send to:Dymond • Reagor • Colville, LLP8400 E. Prentice Ave., Suite1040Greenwood Village, CO 80111 (303) 793-3400


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Proper Estate Planning

Caring for loved ones as if you were still there

  • With your resources

  • With your love

  • With your wisdom


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The Estate Planning Process

  • Educate

  • Design

  • Draft

  • Implement

It’s Not about Documents - It’s About Results


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How to Distribute to Your Heirs

  • Outright

  • no protection

  • In Trust

  • creditor protection

  • predator protection

  • self protection

  • estate tax protection


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Disinheriting that One Relative


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Basic Estate and Gift Tax Rules

  • It’s a tax on everything

  • Estate and gift taxes begin at 37%

  • $10,000 annual exclusion*

  • Unlimited marital deduction

  • $650,000 unified credit**

  • Unlimited charitable deduction

  • Use it or lose it

  • * Indexed for future inflation

  • * * Increases to $1,000,000 by 2006


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Maximizing the Use ofthe Credit Shelter Exemption

  • One Dimensional Planning

    • All to Spouse

    • Wastes One Unified Credit

  • Two Dimensional Planning

    • Use of Credit Shelter Trust on First Death

    • Saves a Minimum of $258,500 in Estate Taxes


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Maximizing the Use ofthe GSTT Exemption

  • Multi-Dimensional Planning

    • Create trusts that are exempt from estate taxesfor future generations

    • Proper lifetime and testamentary allocation ofthe generation-skipping transfer tax exemption

    • Dynasty Trusts


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The Power of Generation-Skipping

$

810,000

Vs.

$1,000,000


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Preserving the Larger Estate

  • Create a source of funds to pay Uncle Sam’s Share

  • Decrease the size of the taxable estate


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Creating a Source toPay Uncle Sam

  • Leave it to your heirs to solve the problem

    • liquidate assets

    • borrow

  • Invest money now

    • uncertainty

    • income and estate taxes

  • Inheritance Trust

    • income tax free

    • estate tax free


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The Inheritance Trust

Annual Gifts

Qualify for annual exclusion

Irrevocable

Trust

  • Trustee invests gifts

  • guaranteed return

  • estate and income tax free

  • Allows Maker to Control Proceeds

  • Proceeds Available to Pay Taxes and Expenses

    • Preserves the Estate


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Tom and Cindy Client

  • Both 57 years of age

  • Children - Peter, Paul and Mary

  • Internet Business - just sold to Wahoo

    • Tax Free Exchange

    • $3,000,000 - $0 Tax Basis

  • Wants to retire

    • After Tax Wants $150,000 per year

    • 3% annual inflation adjustment


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Tom and Cindy Client

  • 2 Joint Checking Accounts $5,000

  • 2 Savings Accounts - 2.5%$40,000

  • Investment Accounts - 9.0%$2,000,000

  • Cyber Stock - growth 4.0%$3,000,000


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Tom and Cindy Client

  • Family Residence - 4%$600,000

    • Rental Value $24,000 per year

    • 2% annual inflation adjustment

  • Vacation Residence - 4%$750,000

    • Rental Value - $30,000 per year

    • 2% annual inflation adjustment

  • Personal Property - 0%$123,000

  • 2 IRA Accounts - 8.0%$260,000


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Tom and Cindy Client

  • Current Gross Estate

    • $6,778,000

  • Current Projected Annual Income

    • $181,000

  • Gross Income Needed to Meet After Tax Wants

    • $217,391


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Solution 1

  • Draw on Investment Accounts until exhausted

  • Then Sell Cyber Stock as needed to meet wants/desires


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Solution 1

  • Good News - will work

    • Able to meet income needs

    • Available in PDF Format

  • Bad News

    • Failure to diversify

    • Significant Estate Taxes


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Solution 2

  • Clients sell cyber stock and add net proceeds to investment account


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Sell Asset

Asset $3,000,000

$750,000 - Capital Gains Tax

$2,250,000

$139,725

Net Annual Income

$1,237,500

Estate Taxes

$202,500

Gross Annual Income

To Heirs

$1,012,500


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Solution 2

  • Good News

    • Income needs met

    • Increased Diversification - Safety

  • Bad News

    • Huge Capital Gains Tax

    • Makes it a tough sale

    • Still have large estate tax


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Tax Favored Trusts

CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS


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Charitable Remainder Trust

Asset

CRT

Receive annual income for life

Receive income tax deduction

At Death:

Balance Goes to Charity


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Solution 3

  • Gift Cyber Stock to 9% CRUT

  • CRUT sells stock and invests in diversifies portfolio returning 9%

  • Purchase $3,000,000 second to die life insurance policy to be owned by a wealth replacement trust.


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Charitable Remainder Trust

Asset

- $3,000,000

Tax Savings

$101,882

CRT

$3,000,000

Tax Deduction $328,650

Wealth

Replacement

Trust

Annual Income $186,300

- 28,800 Annual Gift

$157,500

At Death:

$3,000,000 to Charity

$3,000,000


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Solution 3

  • Capital Gains Taxes

    • $ 750,000 Less with a CRT

  • After Tax Annual Income

    • $17,775 More with a CRT

  • Estate Taxes

    • $ 1,237,500 Less with a CRT

  • Net to Charity

    • $3,000,000 More with a CRT

  • Net to Heirs

    • $1,762,500 More with a CRT


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Tax Favored Trusts

QUALIFIED

PERSONAL RESIDENCE

TRUSTS

(QPRT)


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Qualified PersonalResidence Trust

Residence

QPRT

Retain right to reside in residence

for a term of years


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Solution 4

  • Use 8 Qualified Personal Residence Trusts

    • 4 each for the Family and Vacation Residence

  • Family Residence

    • Cindy contributes 25% interest to 2 QPRT’s

    • Tom Contributes 25% interest to 2 QPRT’s

  • Vacation Residence

    • Cindy contributes 25% interest to 2 QPRT’s

    • Tom Contributes 25% interest to 2 QPRT’s


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Qualified PersonalResidence Trust

Residences

$1,350,000

QPRT

Retain right to reside in residence

for term of years

28

years

Value of Gift - $382,453

Gift Tax - $210,349

Value of Residence at death

$3,892,548

Estate Taxes - $2,140,901


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Solution 4

  • Removed real estate and future appreciation from gross taxable estate

    • at a significant discount

  • Increased transfer of wealth through payment of rent to children


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Decreasing the Sizeof Your Estate

  • Giving it away

    • annual exclusion and Unified Credit

    • ILIT’s, CRT’s, and QPRT’s

  • Reduce the value of what you have

    • the less what you have is worth theless you are taxed

    • the Family Limited Partnership

  • Combining the two

    • give it away but keep control


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Typical FLP Estate Plan

GP

2%

Limited Partners

98%

Mgt.

Company

Client

Client’s

Living Trust

Gifting

Trust


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Tax Favored Trusts

GRANTORRETAINED ANNUITYTRUSTS

(GRAT’s)


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Grantor RetainedAnnuity Trust

Family Business

GRAT

Retain income stream

for a term of years


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Solution 5

  • Create a Family Limited Partnership (FLP) with the Investment Accounts

    • 2% General Partnership Interest - retained through LLC

    • 98% Limited Partnership - gifted to 2 GRAT’s10 and 12 year terms


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Grantor RetainedAnnuity Trust

Family Business

$1,960,000

GRAT

Retain income stream of $176,400/yr.

for term years

28

years

Value of Gift - $135,278

Gift Tax - $74,403

Value of Property at death

$4,847,579

Estate Taxes - $2,666,168


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The Next Step

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