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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

"Key Issues for Collectors: Income, Gift, and Estate Tax Planning"

By Richard M. Horwood

Tax considerations are always important for collectors. Whether selling, exchanging, donating, or gifting, during lifetime or at death, tax planning is often a key element. Collections differ from other assets in several important ways for tax purposes. This article highlights some of the key tax issues involving art and other collectibles to review.

To read more, please download the PDF.

(This article was originally published in Journal of Taxation of Investments, Vol. 31, No. 1, Fall 2013)

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