Thomson ReutersJuly 11, 2013 13:05
By Amy Feldman
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When someone you love dies, the last thing you want to think about is money, yet a surprising number of people inherit tax problems along with the family china.
"One in 10 estates have some tax issues," says Scott Cripps, chief fiduciary officer and head of trust services at Bank of the West in San Francisco. "There's nothing worse than being in your worst grieving moments and having to deal with financial chaos."