Handbook of Practical Planning for Art Collectors and Their Advisors
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Art is an asset of passion, as author Ramsay H. Slugg begins this invaluable guide, yet has unique and not unimportant financial characteristics. These elements make art possibly the most difficult asset to incorporate into an overall estate and financial plan. Handbook of Practical Planning for Art Collectors and Their Advisors addresses two essential elements of art ownership: planning for the ultimate disposition of the art, including how to represent the wealth represented by the art into any estate and financial planning, and also the practical considerations for collectors as they actively collect and plan for the art's eventual disposition.
After a brief discussion of the art market generally, the author introduces and explains a client-focused process that can be used when advising art collectors. This includes explaining both the income, estate and gift tax consequences of various options, as well as the important and often emotional non-tax considerations of collecting and disposing of art. The book also discusses the role and importance of other advisors who are involved in these decisions, including art advisors, risk management professionals and appraisers. To better illustrate the material, the book features enlightening case studies. Particular attention is givento the charitable solutions availableas these are often especially appealingto many collectors and their advisors.
Handbook of Practical Planning for Art Collectors and Their Advisors is accessible to all levels of knowledge, and is designed not only to trusts and estates professionals who have clients who collect art, but also for the art collectors themselves as well as the many other professionals involved, including art advisors, risk management advisors, valuation advisors, and financial planners.
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