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By Neal Nusholtz

How to Beat the IRS in Michigan With Just a Few Words

Published in Steve Leimberg’s Estate Planning Email Newsletter , Winter 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

Squeezing Every Penny Out of the Uncertain Estate Tax Unified Credit

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, Summer 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

Why State Optional Community Property
Statutes Can Be Easily Challenged by the IRS

Published in Michigan Tax Lawyer, State Bar of Michigan Taxation Section, Summer 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

All Our Rights Came From Tax Disputes

This article was written for Leimberg Information Services.  Leimberg provides Estate Planning, Employee Benefits and Retirement Planning, Business Entities, Asset Protection Planning, Financial Planning and Charitable Planning Newsletters. They also provide LawThreads®, Actual Text, State Laws, US Code Searcher, and Supersearcher tools.

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

The Disregarded Interest Rule Under Internal Revenue Service Code 2652 (c). The Catch-22 of Estate Planning for Large Estates

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, Winter 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

The Disregarded Interest Rule Under Internal Revenue Service Code 2652 (c). The Catch-22 of Estate Planning for Large Estates

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, Winter 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

The Uneven Playing Field in Criminal Tax Cases

Published in Michigan Bar Journal, Spring 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

Collecting Your Attorney Fees When Your Probate Estate is Covered in Federal Tax Liens

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, Winter 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

Drafting to Minimize Income Taxes in (non-Grantor) Complex Trusts

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, February 2022

 


 
By Neal Nusholtz

Filing Tax Returns for Conservatorships (or Not)

Published in Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, Summer 2021