Death Benefit Annuity And Taxes  

        Annuities are long term saving vehicles used for retirement. They are complex financial instruments often difficult to understand. There are 4 common types of annuity -- immediate, deferred, fixed and variable. All have relative advantages and disadvantages.More...

 

Does Obama Sign On Death Tax ?

Does Obama Sign On Death Tax

In the early 20th century, estate tax or death tax was enacted as a levy on wealth and inherited assets. Later it was amended so that a spouse could avoid the levy of tax. Estate tax or death tax strikes heavily at small and medium sized family-owned businesses that generate the majority of American jobs. It is supposed to be an easy way to extract revenue from the likes of Warren Buffet and Bill Gate and the super-rich.More...

 

Difference Between Death Tax And Inheritance Tax

Difference Between Death Tax And Inheritance Tax

The death tax also known as estate tax in the United States is a tax imposed on the transfer of the ‘taxable estate” of a deceased person, whether the property is transferred via a will or according to the state laws. Inheritance tax on the other hand is the tax on the property inherited by the beneficiary of the property.More...

Final 1040 Tax Filing After Death

Final 1040 Tax Filing After Death

It is the duty of the executor to assume responsibility for filing the decedent’s tax issues as mentioned in the will. However in the absence of a will then a probate court will appoint an administrator. Whatever route is adopted, the duties of an executer are essentially the same. His job is to identify the estate’s assets, pay off the debts and distribute the remaining estate to the rightful heirs and beneficiaries. He is also required to file necessary tax returns and pay taxes.More...

Political Definition Of The Death Tax

Political Definition Of The Death Tax

One of major political changes that marks the Obama rule is with regard to tax policy -- the decision whether to keep death tax or not. At present, gifts and bequests attract a tax of 45 percent on all wealth above $3.5 million per individual or $7 million for a married couple. This stiff tax structure gets more complex by additional rules that address transfers made prior to death between married couples and into intergenerational trusts.More...

 

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Difference between death tax and inheritance tax - Final 1040 tax filing after death
 

State-Death-Tax-Deduction      The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates that less than 2 percent of estates are subjected to an estate tax every year. This is because a Unified Credit allows a threshold below which the estate is not liable for payment of tax. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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