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States With an Estate Tax or Inheritance Tax in 2013

By January 29, 2013

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Since the American Taxpayer Relief Act did not bring back the pickup tax - much to the chagrin of states like California, which was counting on it coming back - the number of states that collect a state estate tax and/or a state inheritance tax as of January 1, 2013, sits at 22:

  1. Connecticut - estate tax
  2. Delaware - estate tax
  3. District of Columbia - estate tax
  4. Hawaii - estate tax
  5. Illinois - estate tax
  6. Indiana - inheritance tax
  7. Iowa - inheritance tax
  8. Kentucky - inheritance tax
  9. Maine - estate tax
  10. Maryland - estate tax and inheritance tax
  11. Massachusetts - estate tax
  12. Minnesota - estate tax
  13. Nebraska - inheritance tax
  14. New Jersey - estate tax and inheritance tax
  15. New York - estate tax
  16. North Carolina - estate tax
  17. Oregon - estate tax
  18. Pennsylvania - inheritance tax
  19. Rhode Island - estate tax
  20. Tennessee - estate tax
  21. Vermont - estate tax
  22. Washington - estate tax

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Comments
February 4, 2013 at 8:20 pm
(1) Cyborg1939 says:

These article topics are much needed. We the public wish to continually learn more about Estate Taxes and related topics. Thank you for more drilling down into them.

Q: are life insurance picked included in these taxes? If so is the fave value used?

February 4, 2013 at 11:01 pm
(2) dcdoc says:

Helpful, and appreciated, by why provide only partial information, like the exemption amount in each state with an estate tax without say at what rate(s) greater amounts are taxed?

Also, how about more on details like when property is located in a state other than where one is resident at the time of their death?

The difference for estate tax purposes between “real property” and “personalty”? A limited partnership interest in real estate is “personalty,” while direct ownership of real estate is “real property,” with the former possibly escaping estate taxes because it is a matter of where the holder of that interest resided, not where the property is located?

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