Complications Of Funding Split-Interest Gifts With S Corporation Stock and Its Assets
In my last column, “Beginning With The End in Mind: Clearing Barriers to a Successful Business Succession Plan,” which appeared in the April 2016 issue (p. 9), I examined the planning challenges of gifting S corporation stock to improve retirement income as part of a multi-step business succession plan. Outright or split-interest gifts, such as charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) or charitable gift annuities (CGAs) of C corporation stock, provide the fewest complications.
Woehrle, Christopher P., "Complications Of Funding Split-Interest Gifts With S Corporation Stock and Its Assets" (2016). Faculty Publications. 493.