Rhonda L. Sibley, Business entity selection after the TCJA: Post-death considerations, AICPA Tax Adviser, Tax Clinic (Dec. 1, 2019).

Rhonda L. Sibley, , CPA, AEP, Aldridge, Borden & Company PC, Montgomery, Ala., has published her article, “Business entity selection after the TCJA: Post-death considerations,” in the AICPA Tax Adviser, Tax Clinic (Dec. 1, 2019). The article begins as follows:

The law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), P.L. 115-97, has caused tax advisers to review and question the proper entity selection for business clients. To properly advise business owners, CPAs must proactively consider the impact that the entity structure will have on a client’s estate plan. An adviser cannot be shortsighted in how the choice of entity will affect future generations. This discussion considers some of the key differences that affect post-mortem planning when looking at entity selection.

To see the full article, click Rhonda L. Sibley, Business entity selection after the TCJA: Post-death considerations, AICPA Tax Adviser, Tax Clinic (Dec. 1, 2019).

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal..

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