how to avoid mo inheritance tax on farms?

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