There is a fair amount of confusion about how inheritance taxes work, and how they differ from estate taxes. Here's what you need to know.
Logan Allec is a freelance writer for FAR and a practicing CPA with a Master of Business Taxation degree from the University of Southern California. He has been consulting both businesses and individuals on their tax situation for over a decade. Before Logan launched his own business, he was a manager at an international accounting firm.
Equally passionate about financial literacy as he is about client service, Logan regularly publishes personal finance content on his blog Money Done Right as well as on his personal website. He also has a financially-oriented YouTube channel with over 100,000 subscribers.
*Logan is not engaged by Finance of America Reverse LLC as a CPA. His articles are meant for general informational purposes and should not be construed as tax advice.
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