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Douglas Siegler Weighs In on Potentially Expiring Estate Tax Cuts

July 20, 2012

As Congress grapples with the soon-expiring Bush tax cuts, Senate Bill 3393 is receiving much attention. One portion affected by the bill negotiations is the estate tax, which could return to 2001 levels ($1 million personal exemption and a 55% top tax rate). 

Douglas L. Siegler, a member of Sutherland’s Tax Practice Group, focuses his practice primarily on income, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax planning for individuals. He was interviewed July 20, 2012 by LifeHealthPro and the PropertyCasualty360 regarding this ongoing tax battle on Capitol Hill and, in particular, the estate tax provisions.

To read the LifeHealthPro coverage, titled "Senate Dems Play Hardball with Tax Battle," click here.

For the PropertyCasualty360 coverage, titled "Senate Democrats Set Up Battle on Estate-Tax Provisions," click here.

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