You Property: Your Choice

November 8, 2013

(U.S. Property Law and generally) Most people work hard for their entire lives to make sure that their family has everything that they need if a tragic accident or illness were to rip them away from their loved ones. While the things that an individual leaves behind vary between persons, everyone wants to feel secure […]

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Should We Increase the Estate Tax?

February 14, 2013

Guest post from Sam Richardson regarding estate tax in the US. Property is a legal term that includes two categories. “Real property” is real estate, or land. “Personal property” is everything that is not land including money, investments, household property, and the like. Property ownership is based on the ability to do with one’s property […]

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Art and Inheritance Tax – 51 treasures donated

December 6, 2012

Guest post regarding art and inheritance tax in the UK. Valuable paintings by Reynolds and Turner were among the fifty-one treasures allocated to the nation over the past two years through the Acceptance in Lieu (AIL) scheme. The treasures are detailed in a recently published report by the Arts Council England. This shows that in […]

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