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This publication comes at a point when the older generation is starting to become concerned with the issue of transference of their wealth to the next generation. No longer a taboo subject, individuals of all ages are concerned with the financial implications of leaving their estate to an appointed individual, individuals or organization and are anxious to find a smooth and cost-effective manner of transference. Increased globalization forces us to explore the procedure and implications of differing jurisdictions in our decisions on where, to whom, and in what fashion to leave our estate.;These complex but vital questions are fully addressed in this book, a reference work that focuses upon inheritance, estate and gift taxes in key jurisdictions around the globe. The country reports, all written by practitioners well-versed in the peculiarities of their national legislation, emphasize the various national and international planning opportunities which are offered by different jurisdictions.