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December 14, 1973 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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46—Friday, Det. 14, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Advise Me . • •

Taxes and Your Future

Editor's Note: Guidance on
important problems provided
by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration — United Jewish
Charities Endowment Fund
Tax Advisory Committee,
will be offered periodically.
Professional advice about is-
sues discussed in these col-
umns should be secured from
an attorney or an estate plan-
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Q. I am a small business-
man. What began as a one-
man operation today has 25
employes. We do pretty well,
and fortunately my son likes
the business. How can I give
my son the business and
minimize the tax effect on
my estate?
A. Gift taxes are less than
estate taxes and since you
can decide WHEN to make
the gift, there will be less
disruption to your estate.
Besides, you will be around
to enjoy the advantages of
an outright gift rather than
a bequest.
There is one conception
about gifts of not-readily-
marketable stocks which you
should explore with your
CPA or attorney. The Inter-
nal Revenue Service will try
to establish a high valuation
to obtain more taxes. There-

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for it might be prudent on
your part to make a compar-
able gift of stock to a public
charity, such as Federation-
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The Internal Revenue Serv-
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value for this type of a chari-
table gift. You would then
be able to equate the valua-
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You would be combining
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to use for philanthropic pur-
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the process. Spanking him
does no good, nor does it
really seem an adequate
punishment to my husband
and myself. We've tried to
show him extra attention,
with lots of body contact,
time with him only, etc. But
to no avail, or so it would
seem.
My husband and I are at
our wit's end, not to mention
the poor baby (who adores
his older brother anyhow.)
Please help us . . . because
. . . like they say on tele-
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Father—to Do?
Dear Mother and Father:
The problems of a "middle
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as well as for his parents.
On the one hand, there is an
older brother or sister who
was a first child and had the
chance to have the undivided
attention of his parents, and
who is older and is more cap-
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ing more self-sufficient. A
child not quite 3 years of
age doesn't feel as though
he has established his own
position in the family. Along
comes a younger brother in
the family, and he feels dis-
placed. It is understandable
that he would resent this "in-
truder," even though you
may feel that the baby is
lovable and even "adores"
him.
First of all, it is important
for him to be able to express
his anger—but it should not
be directed physically against
his younger brother who,
obviously, at 9 months of age,
cannot protect himself. He
should not be permitted to
express himself by biting or
scratching his baby brother.
Try to get him to talk to
you about his anger and re-
sentment against his baby
brother. The more verbaliza-
tion the better. At the same
time, you might purchase
some toys like punching bags
or soft plastic objects, which
he can hit and bang. Better
to bang the toys than his
younger brother.
Sometimes parents, con-
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