A commentary on tax and business law developments by Stuart Levine
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Via Joel Schoenmeyer's Death and Taxes, we find a post discussing a WSJ article (by subscription only) on the thinning ranks of "collectors." Joel does a fine job of summarizing the estate planning issues raised by the article, but he missed the money quote:
A collectibles researcher in Vera Cruz, Pa., Mr. [Harry] Rinker, 64, himself collects everything from jigsaw puzzles to antique toilet paper.
Since this is a family-oriented blog, we will let this pass without comment.