Now that the House of Representatives has passed the Small Business and Infrastructure Jobs Tax Act of 2010, high-net-worth individuals will have fewer opportunities to slash their estate and gift tax bills when they pass down their wealth.
Although the idea of restricting grantor retained annuity trusts, or GRATs, had been tossed around previously, estate planners didn’t think it would become a reality.
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