New IRC Section 67(g) and Form 1041 Trust Deduction Rules Post-Tax Reform
Navigating Uncertain Treatment of Fiduciary Fees, State and Local Taxes, and Other MIDs
An encore presentation featuring live Q&A
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This course will provide fiduciary tax advisers and compliance professionals with a practical guide to the new deduction structure for Form 1041 under the new tax law. The panel will outline the specific changes the new law makes to fiduciary deductions, detail the impact of income items newly taxable at the trust or estate level, and discuss the specific changes in tax allocation between entity and beneficiaries after the law change.
- Section 67(g) provisions on 2% miscellaneous itemized deductions and possible impact on trust and estate deductions
- Intersection of IRC 67(g) with Section 65(g) and potential uncertainty in treatment of fiduciary fees
- State and local tax deduction cap and possible exception for trusts under Section 212
- Excess deductions on termination of an estate or trust
The panel will discuss these and other important topics:
- Which deductions do trusts and estates lose under the new tax law?
- What are the bases for trusts and estates avoiding the cap on deductibility of state and local taxes under the new law?
- What are possible areas of uncertainty in IRS interpretation of treatment of fiduciary fees and other itemized deductions?
- What are the planning implications of changes in deductions under the new tax law?
This is an encore presentation with live Q&A.
Jacqueline Patterson, CPA, JD
Buchanan & Patterson
Ms. Patterson specializes in tax, estate and financial transactions, with an emphasis on asset protection and... | Read More
Ms. Patterson specializes in tax, estate and financial transactions, with an emphasis on asset protection and succession planning. She advises grantors, fiduciaries and beneficiaries in matters involving the transfer, administration, investment and management of assets and is a consultant to attorneys and CPAs in fiduciary accounting, taxation and litigation. She has held Adjunct Faculty positions in the graduate tax programs at both USC and Golden Gate University.Close
Jeremiah W. (Jere) Doyle, IV
Senior Vice President
Bank of New York Mellon
Mr. Doyle provides clients with integrated wealth management advice on how to hold, manage and transfer their... | Read More
Mr. Doyle provides clients with integrated wealth management advice on how to hold, manage and transfer their wealth in a tax efficient manner. He is the editor and co-author of Preparing Fiduciary Income Tax Returns, a contributing author of Preparing Estate Tax Returns and Understanding and Using Trusts and a contributing author of Drafting Irrevocable Trusts in Massachusetts. He is a lecturer in law in the Graduate Tax Program at Boston University School of Law.Close
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