Ferrari Ottoboni Caputo & Wunderling LLP Blog

  • Custodial Accounts: What Parents and Grandparents Should Know
    Custodial accounts for children are established for various reasons. Grandma gave $10,000 to little Jennifer: set up a custodial account. Mom and Dad ...
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  • The Benefits of a Q-Tip Trust
    Depending on your situation, it may make sense to include the odd-sounding "Q-tip trust" in your estate plan. The name derives from a special estate ...
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  • Scorecard of Key Expired Tax Breaks
    S everal federal income tax breaks for individuals and businesses expired at the end of 2013. Although we're solidly into 2014, Congress has -- so far ...
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  • How College Financial Aid Benefits Are Taxed
    There's no doubt about it ... college is expensive. At top-rated private universities, the annual cost can be $55,000 and up. Some public schools ...
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  • Online Sales Tax: The Future is Still Uncertain
    C yber Monday 2013 was the biggest online shopping day in U.S. history. It was also the day the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a constitutional ...
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  • Wall Street slumps as Disney and Macy's slam consumer shares
    U.S. stocks dropped on Wednesday and the Dow Jones industrial average suffered its worst day since February as feeble quarterly reports from Walt ...
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  • Estate Planning When Your Spouse is Not a U.S. Citizen
    In today's world, it's not uncommon for a U.S. citizen who lives in this country to be married to a non-citizen who is a resident. Or two non-citizens ...
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  • Can You Deduct an IRA Loss?
    If you sell stocks with losses in your taxable accounts, you may offset losses against gains and deduct an additional $3,000 of excess losses against ...
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