A lousy stock market is often no reason for investors to cheer. But for the uber-rich, it may offer a route to lower estate taxes down the road.
That’s because one type of trust gives them better odds of shifting some wealth to their children, grandchildren or other heirs tax-free when markets are down — but a subsequent rebound is expected, according to estate planners.
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