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It’s clear, though, from aggregate IRS data, tax research and what little trickles into the public arena about estate planning of the wealthy that they can readily escape turning over almost half of the value of their estates. Many of the richest create foundations for philanthropic giving, which provide large charitable tax deductions during their lifetimes and bypass the estate tax when they die.
Still, though the leaders disagreed, the session was marked by new respect among the leaders after four years of tension under former US President Donald Trump.
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Despite differences over China during the morning plenary session, a senior administration official told reporters Saturday evening that those “areas of convergence” included “working together to respond to China’s non-market economic practices, … being willing to speak out on human rights abuses, including in Xinjiang – and more than just speaking out, taking action, responding to forced labor in supply chains.”