When it comes to estate planning, many factors need to be considered. Even though very few families will have estates subject to the federal estate tax, other taxes such as income, capital gains, and gift taxes need to be considered. IRAs and qualified plans offer unique planning opportunities which your estate plan should address. Undoing estate tax planning put in place perhaps several years ago can be a relatively simple process, if accomplished before you die, and can save your family thousands of dollars. A periodic review of your estate plan can be just as important as a periodic review of your health.