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The GST Tax is Old Enough To Have Grandkids!

Planning in the era (or generation) of a mature regime.

Since it became effective in 1985, the generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax has been a source of complexity, confusion and liability. Under current law, when the GST tax applies, it does so at a whopping 40% rate.

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