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In God We Trust

The God of my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my ... my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour; thou savest me from ... As for God, his way is perfect; the wor

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The New Portability and Disclaimer Trusts

The Tax Relief Act of 2010 provides for a $5 million exemption (indexed for inflation in 2012) per person from federal estate and gift taxes, and a top tax rate of 35%. In addition, the unused portion of the estate tax exemption of the first spouse to die may be transferred to the surviving spouse (so-called “portability”).

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Intentionally Defective Beneficiary Trusts

This article discusses the planning opportunities with an intentionally defective beneficiary trust.

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Living Trusts In Michigan Protect Your Assets And Give You Peace Of Mind

A living trust in Michigan or "revocable" trust is a legal document that maintains ownership of your assets during your lifetime. While you are alive, you serve as the trustee and manage the trust and all of the assets you put into the trust. When you pass away, the assets in your trust are then distributed to your designated beneficiaries according to your wishes.

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Trust-Owned Annuities

This article discusses, in detail, the income tax consequences of irrevocable trusts owning annuity contracts, and how to properly design such trusts.

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Hepatitis

"Hepatitis" means inflammation of the liver and also refers to a group of viral infections that affect the liver.

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Installment Sales to Grantor Trusts

An installment sale to a “grantor trust” can provide valuable income, gift and estate tax benefits. If the assets sold produce a total return (income and appreciation) in excess of the interest rate on the note, substantial wealth can be removed from the seller’s gross estate – gift and estate tax free.

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Using Land Trusts to Keep Your Property Ownership a Secret

Basic description of a land trust with an exploration of how to use it to mask the ownership of property from the public

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The Revocability or Irrevocability of a Trust

Over views what constitutes a trust being revocable and/or becoming irrevocable. Reminds individuals that unforseen illness or disaster could create circumstances that require revocation of a trust.

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Tax Strategies for the Wealthy: Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT)

Wealth management is an important issue for those with substantial assets to protect. Many people incorrectly assume that their estates will escape federal estate tax as a result of underestimating what their principal residence will be worth when they die. Often, our homes are our most valuable assets. The Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT) provides a means for significantly reducing the estate tax consequences of the family home and one vacation home. The QPRT also provides an excellent asset protection vehicle since you no longer own the property once the trust is established.

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Trust for May and DailyAffirm Positive Affirmations Day by Day

This article provides an overview for the exploration of the theme of Trust in the month of May on the DailyAffirm Process. DailyAffirm offers this free process of positive affirmations day by day.

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Economic Trust and Mistrust Numerical Index

Trust is the foundation of a functioning business environment

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A Letter about Trust

The ... ... emanates from a seismic breach of trust, a tectonic shift of what should have been a healthy ... between the ... and his Primary Objects (parents or caregive

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Assessing Trust Between Senior Management and Employees -- Employee Surveys Provide Striking Results

Trust between senior management and employees is critical to your organization’s current and long-term success. Do your employees trust your senior managers?

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Hazards of Obesity

Obesity causes many severe diseases like heart attack, cancer, diabetes, renal disorder or hemorrhage. These diseases are generally the causes of a fat person’s death.

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