Interesting kids down the block. Their chalk drawings inspired this haiku: Hopscotch? Much too tame. / These kids are C.S.I. fans / or quite macabre. And their art got me thinking about death and taxes and impending changes to the federal estate tax.

Interesting kids down the block. Their chalk drawings inspired this haiku: Hopscotch? Much too tame. / These kids are C.S.I. fans / or quite macabre. And their art got me thinking about death and taxes and impending changes to the federal estate tax.

What You Need to Know About the Federal Estate Tax: U.S. Federal Estate Tax Return

What You Need to Know About the Federal Estate Tax

What You Need to Know About the Federal Estate Tax: U.S. Federal Estate Tax Return

12 Simple Steps to an Estate Plan A checklist to help you take care of your family by making a will, power of attorney, living will, funeral...

12 Simple Steps to an Estate Plan A checklist to help you take care of your family by making a will, power of attorney, living will, funeral...

1. Federal Estate Tax exemption now permanently increased so no tax for Estates under $5,340,000., and will be adjusted annually for inflation. However, New Jersey taxes estates over $675,000.  2. Gifts permitted without Federal Estate & Gift tax was increased to $14,000 per person.    3. We recommend Self- Proving Wills since witnesses often move or pass away

1. Federal Estate Tax exemption now permanently increased so no tax for Estates under $5,340,000., and will be adjusted annually for inflation. However, New Jersey taxes estates over $675,000. 2. Gifts permitted without Federal Estate & Gift tax was increased to $14,000 per person. 3. We recommend Self- Proving Wills since witnesses often move or pass away

One of the primary estate planning concerns for most clients is estate taxes.  Indeed, for most people, the main goal of their estate plan is to reduce or eliminate Texas estate tax, if at all possible.  The federal estate tax rate is 40%, however, there is an estate tax exemption available. While Texas no longer [ ] The post Answers to Your Questions about the Estate Tax appeared first on Vermillion Law Firm LLC.

One of the primary estate planning concerns for most clients is estate taxes. Indeed, for most people, the main goal of their estate plan is to reduce or eliminate Texas estate tax, if at all possible. The federal estate tax rate is 40%, however, there is an estate tax exemption available. While Texas no longer [ ] The post Answers to Your Questions about the Estate Tax appeared first on Vermillion Law Firm LLC.

Only 2 Out of Every 1,000 Estates Will Owe Federal Estate Tax in 2016

Only 2 Out of Every 1,000 Estates Will Owe Federal Estate Tax in 2016

Ryan Plan Gets 69 Percent of Its Budget Cuts From Programs for People With Low or Moderate Incomes | Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Ryan Plan Gets 69 Percent of Its Budget Cuts From Programs for People With Low or Moderate Incomes | Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Beginner's Guide to Death, Estate, and Inheritance Taxes

Beginner's Guide to Death, Estate, and Inheritance Taxes

There are two types of taxes that can be assessed against your property after you die - estate taxes and inheritance taxes, both of which are commonly referred to as death taxes.

IRS Announces 2015 Estate And Gift Tax Limits:  The federal estate tax exemption rises to $5.43 million per person for 2015, but the annual gift exclusion amount stays at $14,000.

IRS Announces 2015 Estate And Gift Tax Limits

IRS Announces 2015 Estate And Gift Tax Limits: The federal estate tax exemption rises to $5.43 million per person for 2015, but the annual gift exclusion amount stays at $14,000.

Taxes on inheritance are imposed on property received from someone else’s estate after their death.  The federal government does not impose an inheritance tax.  Instead, inheritance taxes are imposed at the state level only. But, not all states impose an inheritance tax.  In fact, only a few states have continued to impose the tax. With the... Read more

Taxes on inheritance are imposed on property received from someone else’s estate after their death. The federal government does not impose an inheritance tax. Instead, inheritance taxes are imposed at the state level only. But, not all states impose an inheritance tax. In fact, only a few states have continued to impose the tax. With the... Read more

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