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Tips for reducing estate tax

Some North Carolina residents may need to employ some strategies to reduce what their estate will owe in taxes. The current federal exemption is nearly $11.2 million, but for estates worth more than that, there are additional options.

Surviving spouses often require additional estate planning

When a spouse dies in North Carolina, most of the focus goes to the estate planning that was accomplished by the recently deceased. This, of course, is appropriate. However, the surviving spouse should also complete an in-depth analysis regarding the efficacy of their estate planning in light of the changed circumstances. This chore is often neglected to the detriment of all concerned.

How the probate process can affect an estate plan

When people in Charlotte think about estate planning, they may consider where they want their belongings to go after they die. However, in many cases, they may not fully consider how their choices affect their loved ones, particularly when it comes to dealing with probate and estate administration.

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