Death Taxes (the consequences of Estate Planning)

Without a personalized wealth plan, your estate could pay more taxes upon your death than you have paid over your working life.

 

The value of your estate will be determined by your deemed dispositions, all holdings that are “sold” or liquidated when you die.  With this divestment and depending upon the total income amassed from this disposition, your estate could face a tax consequence of more than 50-70%, making the government the biggest benefactor of your estate!

Personalized wealth plan planning and tax-smart investing minimizes this tax consequence. 

RIPOC provides you with information on to handle the most basic of situations to the most complicated ones, including corporate succession planning, with the end goal of assisting you with preserving the wealth you and your family have created for future generations, as well as to provide philanthropic opportunities to give back.