Is estate planning tax deductible?

I’m working with my husband on estate planning, and I’ve heard you can deduct it from your taxes. Is estate planning tax deductible?

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Answer provided by
Bianca (Bee) Davis
Answered on Jul 29, 2022
Unfortunately, estate planning is no longer tax deductible. While the IRS previously allowed certain estate planning fees to be deducted from your taxes, those measures are no longer in place as of 2017. Tax opportunities for estate planning are up for review in 2025, but until then, you won’t be able to deduct any estate planning expenses from your taxes.
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