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2016 update for Federal and Montana estate taxes, gift taxes, and generation-skipping transfer taxes

Posted on: March 31st, 2016
The Internal Revenue Service has released the official inflation adjustments that will affect 2016 federal reporting for estate taxes, gift taxes, generation-skipping transfer taxes, and estate and trust income taxes. Remember, that although Montana does have an state estate tax, its computation is broken. Thus in reality Montana does not have a state estate tax. ...

2016 Estate Planning Update -- Trust Wills and Tax

Posted on: December 15th, 2015
The Internal Revenue Service has released the official inflation adjustments that will affect 2016 federal reporting for estate taxes, gift taxes, generation-skipping transfer taxes, and estate and trust income taxes. These changes will affect the way your accountant and your attorney help you plan as 2015 comes to an end....

Estate Tax Closing Letters - Taxpayers Must Request

Posted on: August 19th, 2015
Due to the increased volume of federal estate tax return filings in order to make the 'portability election,' the IRS has announced that estate tax closing letters will only be issued upon request by the taxpayer. This change in IRS policy started on June 1, 2015....

Reminder to file annual report

Posted on: March 7th, 2014
Reminder: all Montana corporations and Montana LLCs need to file their annual report with Montana Secretary of State. Also, Montana Corporations need to maintain their corporate formalities. ...

Justin M. Bryan and Mark A. Bryan are presenting at a NBI Trusts 101 Seminar

Posted on: December 4th, 2013
Justin M. Bryan and Mark A. Bryan attorneys with the Bryan Law Firm, PC located in Bozeman Montana Will be presenting at a NBI seminar titled Trusts 101. ...

Bryan Law Firm, P.C. Alaska Community Property trust for Montanan's

Posted on: April 1st, 2013
In 1998, Alaska enacted a state statute that allowed for non-Alaska residents use a trust to elect community property status for their non-Alaskan property. Thus, Montanan’s can have their real property (i.e. homes and ranches located in MT) and their personal property treated as community property....
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