If you have clients who want to lock in the current estate tax exemption but are concerned about parting with assets, the new grantor retained interest partnership (GRIP) may be the answer. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler interviews GRIP experts Mary O’Reilly and Stephen Breitstone. They respond to the following questions:
What is a GRIP and how does it work?
In which circumstances does this technique make sense?
What features would you include in the partnership agreement?
Is there a risk of clawback?
What is the downside to implementing this strategy?
Read about the GRIP technique in this newsletter provided by Leimberg Information Services, Inc.
Find other estate planning strategies in The Adviser’s Guide to Financial & Estate Planning.
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