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Our Approach

Our personal accounting services team knows there is more to private wealth management than simply the accumulation, protection and transfer of wealth. Estate planning, complex tax strategy, transaction services, income shelter and wealth planning are all important. But even more than these valued services, an Armanino personal accountant’s focus is on helping you create and grow a legacy―a legacy that will enable your loved ones to benefit from the success you have established for decades to come.

Services

As a successful individual, you have specific needs and goals for financial planning and asset management that are influenced by many forces. Business and investment decisions should be reviewed regularly, in the context of the impact on your personal family wealth planning. After all, the objective is to achieve personally focused goals facilitated by good business and investment decisions. Armanino’s private client services—through high-value, high-touch association—help you best utilize the planning strategies that will accomplish the legacy you envision. As part of our personal accounting services, we’re also here to be a sounding board, so that you can maximize unique opportunities as they arise. Our private accounting expertise will help you realize your long-term goals and far-reaching plans, so that your legacy can grow even beyond what you initially conceive.

At Armanino, you'll have access to private wealth management advisors with expertise in the following:
  • Wealth accumulation, protection and transfer
  • Trust & estate planning
  • Tax planning, structuring and compliance
  • International tax consulting
  • Collaborative divorce

Experts

Practice Leaders

Brad Cless

Partner-In-Charge of Tax

Mark Baumohl

Partner


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A Tax Meditation on Investing in PTPs

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Beware the Step Transaction Doctrine When Using an FLP or LLC

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5 Things to Know About Taxation of Children With Investment Income

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Don't Let Estate Taxes Force Your Heirs to Sell the Family Business

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14 Fast Facts About 529 Plans

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GRATuitous Advice on Nursery Rhymes and Estate Planning

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Taxpayer Victory for Co-Owners of Mortgaged Residences

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A Qualified Personal Residence Trust Will Leave the IRS Saying “@!#?@!”

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A Case Study for Bunching Itemized Deductions

This simplified example illustrates the potential benefits of a “bunching” strategy for itemized deductions.  Bunching means paying two years’ worth of your itemized ...

Beneficiary Defective Inheritor's Trust – You Just Can't Beat It

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Gifting Exclusions, Part 2: A Case Study

This common family scenario illustrates the gift tax arithmetic of simple gifts, the use of the annual exclusion, and the requirement to file a gift tax return.

Gifting Exclusions, Part 1: When Is a Gift Not a Gift?

Many wealthy individuals and families take advantage of simple techniques like exclusions to optimize their gifting strategies. Here are three of the most commonly utilized exclusions.