DOUG H. MOY is a Consulting Specialist in estate/gift taxation and planning. His articles regularly appear in both the National Public Accountant and the Tax Management Estates, Gifts and Trusts Journal. He is a nationally recognized and much sought-after seminar speaker and specialist in his field, particularly in living trusts and community property.
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PART I. THE REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST IN PERSPECTIVE.
Chapter 1. Continuing Need for Estate Planning.
Chapter 2. Framework of a Revocale Living Trust.
Chapter 3. Trustee's Powers, Duties, and Responsibilities.
Chapter 4. Property Management and Other Benefits.
Chapter 5. Disadvantages, Reservations, and Limitations of a Revocable Living Trust.
PART II. OPERATION OF A REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST AND THE IMPACT OF TAXES.
Chapter 6. Lifetime Operation of a Revocable Living Trust.
Chapter 7. Federal Income Tax.
Chapter 8. Federal and State Transfer Taxes.
PART III. LIFETIME FUNDING OF A REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST.
Chapter 9. Overview of the Funding Process.
Chapter 10. Real Property Interests.
Chapter 11. Publicly-Traded Securities and U.S. Government Obligations.
Chapter 12. Closely-Held Business Interests.
Chapter 13. Accounts in Banks, Savings Associations, and Credit Unions.
Chapter 14. Tangible and Intangible Personal Property.
Chapter 15. Qualified and Nonqualified Retirement Plans.
Chapter 16. Life Insurance and Annuities.
PART IV. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS.
Chapter 17. Power of Attorney and Pour-Over Will.