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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Tax Prof Presentations at USC Tax Institute

Usc_tax_institute_1The three-day USC Tax Institute concludes today at the Wilshire Grand Hotel Los Angeles, 930 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA. Here are the Tax Profs making presentations:     

Learn about up-to-the-minute legislative, administrative, and judicial developments in estate planning from one of the country’s leading experts - and one of our perennially most highly rated speakers.

  • 12:30 p.m.Joseph Bankman (Stanford):  Luncheon and Keynote Address:

Hear the thoughts of noted academic Joseph Bankman, on current and future tax developments. Professor Bankman is perennially one of our most popular speaker.

  • 4:15 p.m.Christopher R. Hoyt (Missouri-Kansas City):  Funding Trusts in the Crossfire of Conflicting Estate Tax, Income Tax and ERISA Laws:

Funding trusts with retirement assets requires an estate planner to integrate three distinct sets of laws: income tax laws, estate tax laws, and ERISA mandatory distribution laws. This program will examine how these laws interact to create special problems, especially for sub-trusts, bypass trusts, and QTIP trusts, and will explore solutions to these problems.

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