National Underwriter Offers Tax Advisors Expert Analysis of the Impact of the Recently Passed Tax Relief Act of 2010 on Their ClientsPosted February 8th, 2011
New York, February 4, 2011 — Tax and insurance advisors looking for answers on how the new Tax Relief Act of 2010 will impact their clients are finding them in The National Underwriter Company’s just-published Selected Provisions and Analysis of the Tax Relief Act of 2010. The proprietary analysis is the only practitioners’ guide in Q&A format that answers the most critical questions asked by clients on insurance, estate and gift tax law changes.
Copies of the 64-page report are available for only $12.95 plus shipping and handling here. Producers and their companies can also license use of their logos and contact information directly on the cover of the guide for a marketing and client-management tool.
National Underwriter’s wealth management experts and report authors, Professor William H. Byrnes, Esq., LL.M, CWM and Robert Bloink, Esq., LL.M., noted, “While most media attention has focused on the Act’s retention of existing tax rates on the highest-earning Americans, tax, insurance and investment advisors are finding that the most important changes, from their perspective, are likely to be found in insurance, estate and gift tax provisions that will drive client decisions on investment strategy and wealth management priorities in 2011 and beyond.”
Rick Kravitz, Vice President & Managing Director of Summit Business Media’s Reference Division, said, “This proprietary analysis – compiled by leading experts in the field – demonstrates National Underwriter’s commitment to bringing timely and critical updates to advisors and financial planners so that they can successfully build their practices and better serve their clients.”
Prof. Byrnes, a former Coopers & Lybrand associate director in international tax and now Dean of the wealth management graduate program at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, noted that the 64-page analysis has answers to more than 100 important questions in these areas:
- Income Tax
- Estate and Gift Tax
- Generation Skipping Transfer Tax
- Deduction for State and Local Sales Taxes
- Alternative Minimum Tax
- Tax Credits
- Payroll Tax Holiday
- Wage Credit for Employees Who Are Active Duty Members of the Military
- Charitable Distributions from Retirement Accounts
- Bonus Depreciation and Section 179 Expensing
- Basis Reporting Requirements for Brokers and Mutual Funds
- Regulated Investment Company Modernization Act of 2010
- Health Care Act
- Form 1099 Reporting Requirement for Businesses
- American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act of 2010
- Requirements for Tax Return Preparers
“This is the only guide available on the market today that gives financial planners and producers issue-specific, time-critical information in Q&A format that addresses their most important technical questions with content that can also be used directly in client presentations,” Prof. Byrnes added. “The unique combination of The National Underwriter Company’s editorial staff and the resources and professional experience of the wealth management faculty at Thomas Jefferson School of Law provides assurance that these are answers that can be counted on.”
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For over 110 years, The National Underwriter Company has been the first in line with the targeted tax, insurance, and financial planning information you need to make critical business decisions. With respected resources available in print, on CD, and online, National Underwriter remains at the forefront of the evolving insurance industry, delivering the thorough and easy-to-use resources you rely on for success. National Underwriter is a Summit Business Media company.
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Richard Niles, J.D.
Summit Business Media