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2018 Year-End Estate Planning: Part 4

By Joshua Rubenstein and Diane Burks · December 7, 2018, 1:30 PM EST

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and its resulting tax reform have dominated the legislative and planning landscape for much of 2018. The act made noteworthy changes to the individual and...

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