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Fiduciary Accounting Answer Book 2015

Cantrell, Carol

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ISBN 10: 0808039172 / ISBN 13: 9780808039174
Editorial: Cch Inc, 2014
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Título: Fiduciary Accounting Answer Book 2015

Editorial: Cch Inc

Año de publicación: 2014

Encuadernación: Paperback

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The Fiduciary Accounting Answer Book is the most detailed reference book on the market for information on how to allocate receipts and disbursements between the income and principal beneficiaries of a trust or estate. For the first time, a single book will answer all questions about estate & trust accounting including: · An overview of fiduciary responsibility · How situs impacts a will or trust · The Uniform Principal & Income Act . How to properly allocate income taxes between income and principal Discussed in detail is how numerous types of receipts and disbursements are allocated between the income and principal beneficiaries, with each section of the Act having its own chapter. The questions and answers are designed to narrow research and to assist in finding just the answer one is looking for. The subject matter and key word index will further narrow the search. A complete state appendix allows the practitioner to determine how each state has amended the Uniform Act and where he might wish to establish situs. This book is a necessity to anyone who: · Serves as a fiduciary · Is considering serving as a fiduciary · Serves an important role in the administration of an estate or trust including the preparation of fiduciary accountings. · Prepares federal income tax returns (Form 1041) for estates or trusts or · Drafts wills and trusts This publication allows the drafter to determine which portions of the Principal and Income Act to override or exclude in drafting and provides the drafter with timely information by subject matter to determine what impact the Principal and Income Act has on various assets owned by the estate or trust. Included in the Answer Book are a detailed treatment of: · Distributions from IRAs and retirement plans · Income from oil, natural gas, minerals and natural resources · Distributions from pass through entities (partnerships, Scorporations, LLCs & LLPs) and the income tax allocation issues associated with them · Distributions from regulated investment companies (mutual funds) and · Various types of disbursements, including federal and state income tax This book is a must have desktop reference for all fiduciaries, trust officers, accountants and attorneys who practice in this area to any degree. It offers all the information needed to ensure compliance with critical fiduciary accounting principles.

About the Author:

Carol A. Cantrell, CPA, JD is a partner in the law firm of Cantrell & Cowan LLP in Houston, Texas. She specializes in tax planning, preparation, and representation before the IRS for families, closely held businesses, and investment entitites. Prior to starting her law practice, she spent her career in public accounting with Briggs & Veselka Co. and Cantrell & Company in Houston, Texas. Carol is a frequent speaker for national and state professional organizations on income taxation of estates and trusts, partnerships, and S Corporations and estate planning. She is the author of CCH's Stock Options: Estate, Tax and Financial Planning, a treatise on employee stock options. Carol represented the Rudkin Testamentary Trust before the United States Supreme Court in Knight v. Commissioner (2008), which atttempted to resolve a circuit split over which administrative costs of an estate or trust are exempt from the 2percent floor on miscellaneous itemized deductions under IRC Section 67. F. Gordon Spoor has practiced public accounting in St. Petersburg, Florida since 1974. He is married to Chris Spoor and they have four children ranging in age from 28 to 35 and eight grandchildren. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of South Florida and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Suncoast Estate Planning Council and holder of a NASD series 65 Registered Investment Advisor Representative license. He is licensed to practice as a CPA in both Florida and Georgia. He is the managing shareholder of the CPA firm of Spoor & Associates, P.A., and a shareholder in the investment advisory firm of Anderson, Riley & Spoor, P.A. He is active in the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) and served on its Board of Governors in 20022003, as Chairman of the FICPA State Tax Section for two years, and as a member of the Legislative Policy Committees for one year. He is currently a member of the FICPA Federal Tax Committee, Chairman of the AICPA Trust, Estate & Gift Tax Technical Resource Panel, Chairman of the AICPA Fiduciary Accounting Matters Task Force and has served on a joint committee composed of the FICPA, Florida Bar and Florida Bankers Association regarding the rewriting of Floridas Trust Administration Code and revisions to Floridas Principal & Income Act. Gordon also serves as an expert witness for the State of Florida Board of Accountancy. Additionally, he serves as a discussion leader for continuing professional education courses and has been awarded an outstanding discussion leader award in every year the award has been given since he became a discussion leader in 1992. He is also the recipient of a 20002001 FICPA Presidential Service Award as a result of his efforts on behalf of the FICPA in serving as the lead representative of their Florida Uniform Principal & Income Act task force. He is a frequently published author on subjects relating to estates & trusts as well as the area of general tax practice. He has published numerous articles covering these topics and others. He is coauthor of the FICPAs Fiduciary Accounting For Florida course materials and a contributing author to Florida Law of Trusts Fourth Edition (West Publishing). Much of his time is spent consulting in the area of fiduciary accounting and income tax as well as litigation support in trust matters.

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