Posted on October 8, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

Caveat Emptor – When it Comes to Out-of-State Tax Preparers

I recently had a client come in who had made a gift of over $120,000 to her brother several years ago, using funds that had originally come from their mother. She used the mother’s accountant in Florida to prepare her gift tax return. […]
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Posted on October 7, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

Planning for Electronic Data

The following was posted by Ed Poll on his LawBiz Blog Taking Electronic Passwords to the Grave Attorneys advising clients on estate planning should ask them to determine who they want to have access to their computers when they die […]
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Posted on October 6, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

NC Attorneys Indicted in Offshore Trust Tax Fraud Case

Two NC attorneys face jail for helping clients dodge taxes. While they can be useful in asset protection under the right circumstances, Offshore Trusts cannot legally avoid taxes for U.S. citizens! […]
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Posted on May 31, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

Asset Protection Updates Blog […]
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Posted on May 31, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

North Carolina Intestacy Calculator

​"Intestacy" refers to how a person’s property is distributed if he or she dies without a will. Pennsylvania attorney Kurt Nilson has created a web-based calculator for determine how an intestate estate will be distributed under North Carolina law. […]
Category: Probate Tags: intestacy, Estates

Posted on February 17, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens


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Posted on February 17, 2006 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

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Posted on November 30, -0001 by Gregory Herman-Giddens

North Carolina to Reform Gift Tax?

On February 15, 2007, bill H235 was introduced in the North Carolina General Assembly to reform the North Carolina gift tax so that it would be based on the federal gift tax. […]
Category: Gift Tax Tags: NC Gift Tax

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