estate tax

NOUN
  1. a tax on the estate of the deceased person
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How To Use estate tax In A Sentence

  • The chart shows only principal + interest ( "P+I"), so to figure out your TOTAL payment you need to add your homeowners 'insurance payment and your real estate taxes, to get your "PITI RVABlogs
  • The number of estate tax returns even filed is only around 4.5% of deaths ... Economic Arguments, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • On the other hand, when it's sold the inheritors should pay all the capital gains - if you get rid of the estate tax, you should get rid of the stepped-up basis as well.
  • These so-called always deductible expenses usually consist of home mortgage interest and real estate taxes.
  • The drive to abolish the estate tax is just one part of a much broader attack on the progressive tax system.
  • The estate tax exempts surviving spouses, which means they can inherit an unlimited amount of assets without triggering taxes.
  • He said local members also still enjoy considerable further benefits in the absence of estate tax and capital gains tax.
  • Annual tax revenues are projected at 60 million leva, including 15 million leva in real estate tax.
  • Gervase," I said, "suggests that you should distribute some of your money now, toer ... reduce the estate tax. Hot Money
  • They also tabled a motion that real estate tax be revoked.
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