Romney Is Avoiding Estate Taxes. So What?by
Yesterday, Bloomberg's Jesse Drucker broke the news that Mitt Romney is using a generation-skipping trust to reduce taxes on his estate. Romney's strategy is complicated, but it boils down to contributing assets with a low stated value, so that gains on the assets will be subject only to capital gains tax, and not to estate tax.
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