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Monday, August 06, 2007


Estate tax audits can be costly, both in regard to professional fees and increased taxes. A recent article summarizes a number of audit triggers that can usually be avoided when the estate tax return is carefully prepared.

Click on the link to see the highlights of Common Estate Tax Audit Triggers and How to Avoid Them by Jill Miller from the August 2007 issue of Estate Planning Journal (after clicking the link, click the Download button on the webpage, and then you can either "open" or "save" the file).

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