You don't have to be an expert in stocks and bonds — but you do have to know the nuts and bolts to avoid the pitfalls of making mistakes
If you're an estate planner, you're probably not an expert in securities laws. But you may have clients who are “insiders” of publicly held companies or who own restricted securities — and these clients may be subject to federal securities laws and have certain reporting obligations or disclosure requirements that could impact how you structure their estate-planning transactions. Before you develop gifting, sales or transfer strategies for such clients, avoid the unintended consequences of ...
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