If You're An Advisor In Maryland: Tell Your Clients That Living Longer Could Make Their Heirs Wealthier

David Albert, CPA, JD, CFP, who was kind enough to put me on his email newsletter list, says in a blog post that the state disconnected its rules from the federal system in 2004 and enacted a cap of $1,000,000 on its estate tax exemption, even though the federal estate tax exemption is more than five times greater.
As a result of this new law, Albert says the number of Maryland estates that will be exposed to the Maryland estate tax will be significantly incrementally reduced in stages over the next five years, when the Maryland and federal estate tax exemption will be at parity.



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