estate tax threshold
The dollar amount of an estate at which estate tax might be due. For example, if you die in a year where the federal estate tax exception is $3.5 million, then your estate may owe estate taxes if your estate is larger $3.5 million at that time.
Category: Wills, Trusts & Estates → Estate Tax

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