Estate & Trust Conference

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Jun 14, 2019

Registration: 7:15 AM / Program: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Fees

Member Fee: $0.00
Nonmember Fee: $0.00

Available Discounts

AICPA Member: None
Full time Accounting Educator: None

Description

Hear the latest on estate planning issues that impact you and your clients.

Can't attend in person? Attend via live webcast!

CLE (OR): Pending Approval

Conference developed by the OSCPA Estate Planning Project Committee.

Designed For

CPAs and professionals involved in estate planning - CPAs, attorneys, trust officers, Chartered Life Underwriters and other professionals are encouraged to attend.

Objectives

To provide an overview of recent developments and important issues in estate planning, trust planning and estate and trust reporting.

Major Subjects

  • Key Tax and Estate Planning Strategies for 2019
    Steven Siegel, Attorney, The Siegel Group
    This session will address the most important planning strategies for most of our clients, including how to achieve optimal income tax planning in an environment when most people will not be paying federal estate taxes. We will consider the need for flexible planning instruments to anticipate the scheduled sunset of the current generous transfer tax exemption, as well as the possibility that political change may reduce the exemption before it sunsets by law. Important developments in the law that arise in 2019 will be a featured part of this session.
  • Legislative & Case Law Update
    Joseph Wessman III, Attorney, Witherspoon Kelley Davenport & Toole PS
    This session provides an update for the 2019 legislative session cases and rulings regarding estate & trust matters finance and law professionals should be aware of.
  • Gift Tax Reporting & Compliance
    Alexandria Nunley, CPA, Moss Adams LLP
    This session will cover gift tax reporting and compliance issues including filing requirements, definition of a gift, reportable gifts, meeting adequate disclosure, exclusions, relationship with federal estate tax, GST, gift splitting, changes under the 2017 TCJA and more.
  • Planning for 199A
    Greg White, CPA, Cutting Edge Tax Strategies LLC
    This session will cover the basics of 199A to include the threshold amounts for estates and trusts and allocation of wages and property for estates and trusts. Greg will address the effect of Section 1014 basis step-ups on the QBID, planning strategies for estate and trusts, other tax planning strategies to maximize the QBID, and treatment of Electing Small Business Trusts (ESBTs) under Section 199A.
  • Eldercare Update: Retirement, Social Security, and Medicare Decisions
    Steven Siegel, Attorney, The Siegel Group
    With a growing number of clients facing decisions about retirement, taking Social Security and enrolling in Medicare, this session will address developments, planning opportunities, and pitfalls to be addressed. Among the topics to be considered will be meeting required retirement plan withdrawals and avoiding the spousal rollover trap, IRA planning opportunities and avoiding costly mistakes that will invoke penalties. We will consider timing issues for Social Security claims and the rights of divorced and surviving spouses. Avoiding costly Medicare enrollment penalties will also be addressed.
  • Planning for IRAs and Other Retirement Accounts after Death
    Jeff Patterson, LL.M., Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
    An in-depth look at income and estate tax planning with beneficiary designation assets, including the Required Minimum Distribution rules for spousal roll-overs, inherited qualified retirement accounts and the intricacies of how those rules interplay with estate tax planning.

This event has already passed. If you have any questions, please contact us at 503-641-7200 or email profdev@orcpa.org.