With the November presidential election rapidly approaching, the country is more divided than at any time in recent memory.
That stark partisan rift ensures that a number of potential policy questions for planners could have wildly divergent answers depending on what party comes out on top.
In this excerpt from a recent webinar presented by Oppenheimer's Jonathan I. Shenkman, moderator Susan Lipp, editor in chief of Trusts & Estates, and a panel of tax experts weigh in on what a Democratic win could mean for the future of estate and gift taxes.
The experts include:
- Al W. King III, co-founder, co-chairman and co-chief executive officer, South Dakota Trust Company LLC
- Martin M. Shenkman, founder, Shenkman Law
- Joy Matak, principal and tax director, CohnReznick
Stay tuned for more excerpts from this panel regarding other topics dealing with taxes and the upcoming election.