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http://turbotax.intuit.com Have you been appointed as trustee of a trust or the administrator of an estate? If so, you may be interested to hear about the tax returns you are responsible for filing. Watch this video to find out more about fiduciary income tax returns.
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Learn about the 4 key points about the duties real estate agents and brokers owe to their clients! In California, real estate agents and brokers are "fiduciaries" to their clients or the "principals". They have an obligation of undivided service and loyalty AND must act with the highest degree of good faith. They may not obtain any unfair advantage over their clients. Finally, they must make full and complete disclosure of all material facts that might influence their client's decision to enter into a transaction.
In this 4-minute funny cartoon video, Gaslowitz Frankel LLC http://www.GaslowitzFrankel.com explains the meaning of the services it provides and how it is valuable to you. Read the full script below: Most of us own things like cars, houses, stock, as well as life insurance or retirement accounts. They are referred to as assets. When we pass away, these assets are known as our estate. Usually, people choose to leave their estate to family and friends. To identify who gets what, they write wills or create trusts. Whoever gets a share of an estate or trust is called a beneficiary. The person appointed to transfer an estate or trust to the beneficiaries is called an executor or a trustee. Meet Nancy Smith and her brothers, John and David. After their mom passed away, Nancy and John helped...
Estate planning attorney and probate lawyer Randy Coleman, The Coleman Law Firm, PLLC, http://www.thecolemanlawfirm.net/ - (904) 448-1969 Jacksonville and Palm Coast, Florida Estate Planning Law FAQs: discusses the concept of a fiduciary and the fiduciary's duties and responsibilities under Florida probate law and estate planning law.
Overview: This course is designed for participants to understand the core concepts of trust and estate income tax preparation. The course explains the common terminology and complicated income tax rules of estates and trusts, fiduciary accounting, and an introduction to or refresher on preparing Form 1041. This practical, over 300-page manual is an excellent reference source for your practice, which begins with quite simple cases. Building upon that base throughout the manual, the course ends with two complicated preparation cases, one trust and one estate, each with filled-in forms. Major Topics: Classifying receipts between “Income” and “Corpus” under the Uniform Principle and Income Act Calculation of DNI utilizing three different methods, a “Forms” method (Schedule B), a “Code” method...
Dr William Raabe adds some final thoughts on how to use fiduciary entities (trusts and estates) as part of a broader tax planning initiative. Topics include the entity's tax rate structure and termination date. Also addressed is the use of trusts for the post-mortem care of a decedent's surviving pets.
Trustees under trusts you set up, the executor or personal representative under your will, guardians for your children, health care agents under your medical power of attorney (health care proxy), and financial agents under a durable power of attorney, are all fiduciaries. The most important step in all of your estate planning is picking appropriate fiduciaries. But the decision is more involved then most people understand. With some simple checks and balances (e.g. co-fiduciaries), or creating checks and balances, you can have much greater assurance that your fiduciaries will perform their important rules as you wish. This practical video will help you understand how.
Attorney Gregory E. Robinson, who has 25 years of experience in the estate and business planning world, regularly publishes articles on wealth preservation strategies and conducts estate planning seminars throughout the St. Louis metro area. In this video, he discusses five basic fiduciary duties that trustees of an estate should be aware of. If you'd like to learn more about this topic, or estate planning in general, contact us at (636) 532-9500. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.
With trillions of dollars of wealth being transferred between generations in the years ahead, fiduciary accounting can be a safeguard to help ensure that those assets are transferred as intended. Berdon partner Scott Ditman, CPA/PFS, Chair of Personal Wealth Services, explains how well-prepared fiduciary accountings can serve as a scorecard to track performance, help trustees navigate complex asset transfers, ease tensions within families, reduce litigations, and even identify planning opportunities. If you have questions, speak with your Berdon advisor or contact Scott Ditman at 212.331.7464 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever wondered what the legal responsibilities are of a real estate professional? In order to keep their license and be able to help people buy & sell property, they need to follow a code of ethics and abide by their 'Fiduciary Duties.' David Olson talks about the specific responsibilites that every agent has in the State of Minnesota.
Whenever a licensed realtor represents you, when you buy or sell with your specific real estate needs, an agency relationship is established. This agency relationship comes with six specific fiduciary duties owed to you as the client. The acronym that helps us remember best these six duties is: "OLD CAR", the first letters of each of the six duties spelled out These six duties you should be able to expect from your realtor: 1.) O - Obedience. - An agent is to promptly and efficiently follow all lawful client requests. Note, I said 'lawful' requests. Agents need to be in full compliance with all laws, including disclosure laws, fair housing laws, and all others. 2.) L - Loyalty. - An agent is to act always in the best interest of the client, excluding all other interests, even th...