On March 29th the Senate’s Van Hollen and House’s Pascrell released proposals that would result in the realization of capital gains on the date property is transferred by gift, trust, or death. In this PFP Section podcast episode, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, gets you up to speed on the latest, including:
What the proposals say and the similarities and differences in the Senate and House versions
Exceptions for personal property, transfers to spouses, and gifts/bequests to charity
The need to be mindful of the connection between these proposals and others that suggest a 39.6% tax rate on capital gains when income exceeds 1 million
Planning strategies to be prepared if these bills become law
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Find the text of Van Hollen’s proposal here and Pascrell’s here.
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