how to avoid inheritance taxes?

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Answered: How do you find if you inherit

The executor for the deceased is obligated to inform you of your inheritance. Usually that is the attorney of the deceased. If there is a question, the attorney can usually answer it. If there is a contest to the validity of the will, then it goes to probate court and the judge will decide the ...

Answered: Taxes on inheritance

no need to claim

Answered: Shared inheritance property

You could get the owner of the property to rewrite the will.

Answered: Inheritance Tax

Your answer is NO!! for once you will not have to give uncle sam a piece of your action. As I know from my grandma's estate the first $300,000.00 is tax free and that number may be higher now. Anything over $300,000.00 big brother gets 55%. Dale

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Answered: What is excise tax and regressive tax?

Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax. They are considered regressive as they are usualy levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that business. more info : https://www.onlinefiletaxes.com/
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Does the Bank Have to Pay Delinquent Property Taxes?

Banks sometimes get into hassles with insurers and escrow agents. That is the risk with ANY mortgage. The ideal solution is to pay the overdue tax, then inform the escrow agent about your payment and demand a credit.

My mother and my brother inherited a duplex from ...

The best legal option is to hire a lawyer.

What is the due date for an Inheritance Tax Return?

It has to be paid no later than 9 months after the date of death.

What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank