MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ESTATE by Earl S. MacNeill

MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ESTATE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A lawyer guides the ""salaried man"" through many of the perplexities and pitfalls of planning an estate and since there is a new kind of wealth today- as well as new demands upon it in its disposition- his book answers a real need. Typical financial and family situations are used to show certain fundamentals (the best use of marital deductions, the costly consequences of the ""simple"" will, the problem of the salary- poor, high income earner, etc.) along in this discussion of various types of assets, trusts, life insurance, pensions, wills- and, of course, taxes. It is a book aimed at the man of property in the middle reaches- age and income wise- which seems like a substantial market.

Pub Date: Oct. 2nd, 1957
Publisher: Harper