Farm Bureau’s Wolff to Bloomberg Tax: Anti-estate Tax Groups are Re-energizing

News / In The News December 28, 2018

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Bloomberg Tax quoted American Farm Bureau Federation’s Pat Wolff in its Dec. 27 Daily Tax Report. Bloomberg reported that industry groups are gearing up for estate tax discussions in 2019.

Wolff, AFBF senior director of congressional relations, explained that anti-estate tax groups “are re-energizing.”

“Now that tax reform has passed and we’re in a position where we have to work to make the exemption permanent, groups are re-engaging,” she said.

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