Life Insurance Planning Opportunities After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
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Lee Slavutin & Bob Keebler: Life Insurance Planning Opportunities After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
In this fast-paced webinar, Lee Slavutin and Bob Keebler will review and comment on a number of important life insurance planning strategies that are presented after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Their webinar will cover the following topics:
- What to do with existing life insurance policies;
- Using the increased gift tax exemption to exit from split dollar and premium financing;
- Using the increased gift exemption to move policies from retirement plans to insurance trusts and eliminate estate taxation of the insurance proceeds;
- Allocating the increased GST exemption to insurance trusts that are not completely exempt;
- Allocating the increased GST exemption to the GRAT’s remainder beneficiary trust;
- Split dollar opportunities in C corporations with the new low 21% tax rate;
- Using GRAT’s to exit from split dollar plans;
- How to integrate life insurance planning with the section 199A deduction;
- Using life insurance to enhance planning under section 6166 deferral;
- Obtaining tax refunds on life settlement transactions completed in the last three or four years
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