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Readers Respond: Should the Federal Estate Tax Be Repealed?
Some form of a federal "death tax" has been in existence since 1916. In 2001 the Bush administration enacted the Economic Growth and Tax Relief ...
Should the Federal Estate Tax Be Repealed? Cast Your Vote!
The federal estate tax was supposed to be repealed for one year in 2010, but Congress and President Obama acted at the end of 2010 to reinstate the tax.
What Is the Future of the Estate Tax? - Wills & Estate Planning
During the months preceding the 2008 election, then Senator Obama was against full repeal of the federal estate tax and instead favored a $3,500,000 ...
Overview of Ohio Estate Tax Laws and Returns
On January 1, 2013, Ohio's estate tax was officially repealed. In 2012 and prior years, the estates of Ohio residents, as well as the estates of nonresidents who ...
Overview of Current Federal Estate Tax Laws - Wills & Estate Planning
In early 2010 the federal estate tax was officially repealed, but at the end of 2010 it was reinstated retroactively. Here you will find a summary of the current ...
Overview of Oregon Estate Tax Laws - Inheritance Tax
Understanding How Oregon Estate Taxes Affect an Estate. By Julie .... Over the past few years there have been several initiatives to repeal Oregon's death tax.
States Without an Estate Tax or Inheritance Tax in 2014
On January 1, 2010, state estate taxes were repealed in both Illinois and North Carolina due to the repeal of the federal estate tax. Nonetheless, estate taxes ...
State Inheritance Tax Chart - Wills and Estate Planning
Lately both state estate taxes and state inheritance taxes have been on the chopping block: Ohio's estate tax has been repealed effective January 1, 2013, ...
Difference Between an Estate Tax and an Inheritance Tax
Note that Indiana repealed its state inheritance tax effective January 1, 2013, but for deaths that occurred before this date, an Indiana estate may be subject to ...
Unlimited Marital Deduction - Wills & Estate Planning - About.com
All U.S. residents can take this deduction for property transferred to a spouse who is a ... States that collect a state estate tax also allow for the unlimited marital ...