Tax Saving Strategies

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Individual and business clients alike rely on resourceful and responsive Maslon attorneys to effectively minimize the impact of income taxes, gift taxes, estate taxes and generation-skipping transfer taxes for both themselves and their heirs. Through the strategic use of cutting-edge and traditional income and asset-transfer devices, we work to help you take full advantage of all applicable tax credits, deductions, exemptions and elections, so you can transfer your wealth with maximum benefit for your business, your family, and your philanthropic beneficiaries.

We frequently counsel clients in establishing and perpetuating gifting programs, coordinating with existing business and investment entities and, often, creating new ones. We also regularly create and work with our clients' limited liability companies, closely-held corporations, limited and general partnerships, and limited liability partnerships to enhance asset management while making the most of transfer-tax savings through gift-tax valuation-discount techniques.

To learn more about the many structures and strategies we use to develop sophisticated and effective tax plans for our clients, contact one of our attorneys today.

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