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What is the death tax and how does it affect estate planning?
The “death tax” is another term for the estate tax. The gift tax is also a tax related to estate tax. These two taxes are commonly known as “transfer taxes,” and are … more
What Is An Estate Tax?
The Estate Tax is a tax on the value of your property transfered to your hiers upon your death. The federal government allows every person to give away, either through lifetime gifts or upon … more
What is the estate tax exemption and how is it calculated?
Broadly speaking, the estate tax is calculated on the amount in an individual’s estate at the time of their death. In 2012, if an individual’s estate is larger than $5,120,000 it will … more
How Can I Reduce My Estate Tax Upon My Death?
Federal Estate Taxes are only charged against Estates with net values in excess of the amount set by the law in place at the time of the person's death. The values change from time to … more
What is gift tax and how does it apply to making lifetime gifts?
In 2012, individuals are allowed to make lifetime gifts of up to $5,133,000, and couples are allowed to make lifetime gifts of up to $10,266,000 before the 35% marginal rate on gifts are … more
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