If you have been appointed executor or administrator of an estate, most likely you will need advice or guidance from a CPA or tax professional on administration issues like:
As an executor or estate administrator you take on a fiduciary responsibility for the estate. If there is an error in the estate’s accounting, distributions, or tax filings, the executor or administrator is personally liable for the debt, shortfall, or fines. You must make sure you it gets done correctly.
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