Brushstrokes of Art Planning

Brushstrokes of Art Planning

A primer on tax strategies

Collectibles, such as art, antiques and classic cars often have significant emotional and economic value. While most estate and tax planning techniques focus on financial and real property assets, creative tax planning also may be useful when dealing with works of art.

Planning for art takes on a substantial significance in the context of the Great Recession—while many taxpayers have suffered depreciated assets, many investors in the art market have seen their artwor

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