Part 1:Life Insurance Planning after Tax Reform: Options Sophisticated Advisors Need to Consider when Dealing with Client's Existing Policies
Life Insurance Planning After Tax Reform: Planning When the Only Certainty Is Ambiguity, Part 1 April 11th @ 3pm-4pm ET
Once again, significant tax reform, whether enacted or anticipated, has created great uncertainty with regard to where, when and how life insurance should be used in financial and estate planning. This two-part webinar series will cover the implications of wealth transfer tax reform or repeal on the use of life insurance in estate planning, the structure of new purchases, and the options for dealing with policies that clients believe are no longer needed or wanted for their original purpose.
Topics to be covered include the following:
· Exchange the policy
· Surrender the policy
· Manage it to reduce the outlay, stabilize performance, etc.
· Redeploy it for investment purposes
· Replace it with another policy or an annuity
· Sell it in a life settlement
· Donate it to charity
· Leave the policy alone, but fix the ILIT by modification or decanting
There will be no CE for this webinar
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Mr. Brody is a member of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), is a frequent participant at ALI-ABA (now ALI-CLE) estate planning programs and Society of Financial Professionals programs and teleconferences, and has spoken at all major life insurance industry programs (including the MDRT, LIMRA, the Top of the Table, AALU and the International Forum), many local estate planning council meetings, a number of state bar association conferences, and many national estate planning programs, including the Heckerling Institute, the Notre Dame Estate Planning Conference, the ALI-CLE STEP program, the Southern Federal Tax Institute, the NYU Tax Institute, the NAEPC Annual Meeting, and regional ACTEC meetings as well as at several ACTEC Annual Meetings.
He is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Philip E. Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning, of the University of Miami School of Law, and a member of the Editorial Board of the Society of Financial Service Professionals CLU Journal. Mr. Brody received the designation of Accredited Estate Planner by the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils, and was one of ten individuals awarded its Distinguished Accredited Estate Planner designation in the initial class, in 2004. Mr. Brody was named a Distinguished Law Alumni by Washington University School of Law in 2012.