The date of death for a widow was 2019. If the estate was valued at $2,186,000 and the estate was taxed at 40 percent, what was the heir’s t

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The date of death for a widow was 2019. If the estate was valued at $2,186,000 and the estate was taxed at 40 percent, what was the heir’s tax liability? Use Exhibit 19-6 for Estate Exemption.

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Claire 3 weeks 2021-10-06T21:46:14+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    Answer:

    Value of tax liability will be zero

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given:

    Total estate value = $2,186,000

    Estate tax = 40 %

    Find:

    Heir’s tax liability = ?

    Computation:

    Total taxable estate = Total estate value – Estate Exemption

    Note: According to Exhibit 19-6 for Estate Exemption, Estate Exemption  is 11.4 million.

    We know that Estate Exemption  is higher than total estate value, therefore will be no tax liability on the successor, so the value of tax liability will be zero.

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