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Estate Tax Planning

Searching for a lawyer for estate tax planning in Las Vegas?

Are you looking for an attorney to help you with estate tax planning in Las Vegas or Henderson? If yes, you’re going to want to select someone with not only experience, but a superior understanding of state and federal tax laws. Attorney Brian C. Tanko has nearly 20 years of experience in estate planning and he is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner, thereby giving him advanced insight and understanding in how to establish estate plans that maximize a client’s wealth while reducing or eliminating tax liabilities.

At The Law Offices of Brian C. Tanko, we take our business seriously because our clients’ success and happiness come above all else. Committed to excellence, attorney Tanko is BV Distinguished® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, he is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and he is a Graduate Estate Planning Council Member. Dedicated to his field, he frequently speaks before social groups, professional organizations and the public on tax planning and business planning matters.

Why estate tax planning?

Estate tax planning is very important if you want to maximize your wealth and preserve it for generations. Knowing your potential estate tax liability is an excellent place to start your estate tax plan because it allows you to plan in advance to save on taxes. Understanding state and federal estate taxes, inheritance and gift taxes is an essential part of the estate planning process. Once your basic estate plan is in place, you can assess the need for asset protection planning and other methods of advanced estate planning. What you need to know about taxes:

  • Most simple estates don’t require the filing of a federal estate tax return. As of 2014, a filing is required for estates exceeding $5,340,000.
  • As of January 1, 2005, Nevada no longer assesses a state estate tax.
  • For high net worth individuals, planning ahead can reduce if not eliminate federal estate taxes.
  • Currently, the maximum tax rate for taxable estates is 40%.

Tax Planning is a Must for Large Estates

If you have a large estate, you will want to consider which tax strategies can minimize your exposure to the federal estate tax. There are multiple tools that we can use and once we analyze your assets, values, family dynamics, hopes and dreams, we will be able to craft an estate plan that is right for you.

Rather than having your estate heavily taxed after you die, plan ahead so you can leave the maximum inheritance possible for your loved ones or favorite charitable organizations.

Contact The Law Offices of Brian C. Tanko to take advantage of our Las Vegas estate planning attorney who is also a CPA and CFE!