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What Forest Landowners should know about federal estate and gift taxes
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Plenty! It means good news to some and bad news to others. Changes in Federal estate and gift tax laws can affect your plans for transferring forest property to your spouse, children or other heirs. Chances are that no Federal estate tax will be due on estates valued at less than $425,625 when left to a surviving spouse after 1980. But for most of those in higher brackets, the tax will be more than before. This brochure provides guidelines that apply in the period before 1980, as well as in subsequent years. For forest landowners, the new provisions mean lower estate taxes in many cases, but higher capital gains taxes ifthe heirs sell the property.
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Keith A. Utz, William C. Siegel, and John E. Gunter
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05 Jul 2011