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Tax Planning for Retirement.

Tax Planning for Retirement

This comprehensive new reference is designed to help tax professionals and other advisers address complex retirement planning issues. It fills the need for all-in-one-place information concerning retirement tax planning. It also covers legal and financial planning considerations for today's retirees and baby boomers who are starting to plan for their retirement. The detailed information contained in the book's eight major topic areas helps the practitioner answer the questions most often raised by complicated retirement tax and financial issues. Among the areas covered: problems and objectives of retirees; employment-related retirement benefits; terminating business ownership; estate planning, including dealing with incapacity; special situations, such as residence sales and life insurance planning; multijurisdictional planning, including relocating across state lines and national boundaries; investment planning; social security and health care benefits. Tax Planning for Retirement provides focused guidance in light of the current state of the law, including the rate reductions and passive activity loss rules of TRA '86 and TAMRA '88's revision of pension and benefit rules, corporate tax planning, and investments. Because continuing changes to tax and non-tax laws and issuance of new regulations raise a host of challenges, this book will be supplemented periodically to keep it completely current.

William P. Streng; Warren, gorham & Lamont, Inc., 1 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10119. (212) 971-5000. 928 pages. $98.
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Publication:The National Public Accountant
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Date:May 1, 1990
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