Split-Dollar Agreements and Estate Inclusions: Application of Sections 2036 and 2038 to Certain Property Interests
Critical Takeaways From Recent Tax Court Rulings, Tax Treatment Under Regs. Sec. 1.61-22, Key Exceptions, Section 2703
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide trusts and estates counsel and advisers an-depth analysis of the use of split-dollar agreements and potential estate inclusions of property interests. The panel will discuss recent U.S. Tax Court cases on the application of Sections 2036, 2038, and 2703 to specific property interests, tax treatment under Regs. Sec. 1.61-22, the exception of the bona fide sale, and offer trusts and estate planning techniques for structuring split-dollar agreements and pitfalls to avoid.
- Use of split-dollar agreements in trust and estate planning
- Key pitfalls to avoid in structuring split-dollar agreements
- Application of Secs. 2036(a)(2) and 2038(a)(1)
- Section 2703 and valuing decedent's rights under an agreement
- Tax treatment under Regs. Sec. 1.61-22
- Other critical issues for trusts and estates counsel
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key considerations in structuring split-dollar agreements for trusts and estates?
- How do recent court rulings interpret the application of Sections 2036, 2038, and 2703 to certain property?
- What are the rules for the tax treatment of certain property under Regs. Sec. 1.61-22?
- What transactions fall under the exception of the bona fide sale?
Holland & Knight
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Griffin H. Bridgers
Hutchins & Associates
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Ashley B. Sawyer
Loeb & Loeb
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