New Book Helps Americans Disinherit the IRS
Disinherit the IRS teaches readers about sophisticated estate planning and reveals new tactics to help Americans avoid excessive taxation.
“I couldn’t just let the book sit on the shelf the way it was written,” says Kilbourn, a chartered financial consultant who is licensed in over 20 states. “Things have changed and it’s more important than ever to understand how to protect and grow what wealth survived so it can sustain and impact future generations.”
Kilbourn’s previous versions of Disinherit the IRS (2001, 2003) detailed the impact of the 2001 Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act (EGTRRA) on estate planning. The 2014 edition takes a fresh look at the role of estate planning in wealth preservation since the sunset on the law in 2010. The book’s content was ratified with legal insight from contributing editor and estate planning attorney Brad A. Galbraith.
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A leading authority on estate planning, Kilbourn’s reputation was built on studying and testing a multitude of financial products and outcomes based on performance and return as well as mastering the art of estate tax analysis. For this reason, over 75 percent of the book’s original content was updated to reflect new changes in the estate planning process.
Kilbourn Associates is located in Naples, Florida. Additional information is available at http://www.disinherittheirs.com
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