Ann M. Rieger
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Location: Brookfield
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300 North Corporate Drive, Suite 150
Brookfield, WI 53045

Publications: Attorney Ann M. Rieger


  • Tax Reform: Key Planning Perspectives for Individuals and Businesses

    February 8, 2018

    Tax season is upon us. Individuals and businesses are collecting year-end tax statements and have begun the task of completing 2017 income tax returns. These returns will be filed under the “old” rules which predate the adoption of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump in late December 2017 (the “2017 Act”). This annual tax reporting ritual may serve as an opportunity for taxpayers to consider the impact the 2017 Act will have upon their tax situation in 2018. Below is a brief summary of key provisions of the 2017 Act...



  • IRS Announces 2018 Estate and Gift Tax Limits

    November 6, 2017

    While recent news reports focus on the potential for tax change as result of the introduction of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” in the House on November 2, 2017, the IRS continues its job of administering existing law. Under the current rules, several key gift and estate tax exclusions are adjusted for inflation annually, including the estate tax exclusion, the annual gift tax exclusion, and the estate tax deduction for decedents dying with certain farm or closely held business real estate. The IRS has recently announced that the estate and gift tax exclusion will be $5,600,000 effective January 1,...



  • Tax Reform Update

    November 3, 2017

    Since the start of the new administration, there has been much speculation regarding potential tax law changes. Below is a comparison of revisions proposed by President Trump on the campaign trail, the House of Representatives in the House blueprint known as the “Better Way for Tax Reform,” and the Tax Cut and Jobs Act proposal released by the House Ways & Means Committee on November 2, 2017. Final legislation will depend in large part upon the budgeting process and various procedural rules that govern the passage of laws. However, the comparison may provide you with a flavor of potential things...



  • Tax Reform In the Making: A Comparison of the Potential Revisions

    March 2, 2017

    With the coming of a new administration in Washington, D.C., there has been much speculation regarding potential tax law changes. Below is a comparison of various revisions being discussed by both President Trump and the House of Representatives in the House blueprint known as the “Better Way for Tax Reform.” Final legislation will depend in large part upon the budgeting process and various procedural rules that govern the passage of laws that are expected to create fiscal deficits. However, the comparison of the varying proposals will give you a flavor of potential things to come. Rest assured that the attorneys...



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