Bob Kirkland has the honor of presenting again at the 56th Annual Hawaii Tax Institute. He will be presenting over the next two days:
11/5: Using the Tools from Our Daily Toolbox for Asset Protection Objectives Common wealth transfer planning tools in a Wealth Transfer Advisor’s toolbox also serve an asset protection objective. Clients also want asset protection as one of their planning objectives. Before one leaps into complicated asset protection techniques, Wealth Transfer Advisors should first look in their planning toolbox and cover the basics. This session will focus on these tools, including retirement plan savings, spousal joint tenancies, business entity formation, using applicable state exemption statutes, and gifting. DAVID J. BEETON, Private Risk Advisor ROBERT K. KIRKLAND, Attorney KATARINNA MCBRIDE, Attorney
11/6: FIDUCIARY It Isn’t over till the Post-Mortem Planning Is Done Planning does not end at death. The post-mortem administration of an estate or trust involves many choices, both tax and non-tax-related. This session will cover the spectrum of post-mortem planning, from relatively routine decisions (e.g. selection of fiscal year, allocation of assets to sub-trusts) to opportunities and strategies (e.g. disclaimers, tax elections, IRA and retirement plan elections and decisions). The panel will generally use a checklist approach, and sample checklists will be included in the materials. ROBERT K. KIRKLAND, Attorney JOHN T. ROGERS, JR., Attorney
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