Clients today are becoming increasingly mobile – and not just online. They often have assets in multiple states that need to be addressed in their estate plan. Since state regimes are inconsistent from one to the next, care needs to be taken in handling estate plans for multi-state clients. When working with this category of clients, here are four things to consider.
Watch for State Inconsistencies in Inheritance and Estate Taxes
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