CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics Chapter 22 Federal Estate Tax, Federal Gift Tax, and Generation-Skipping Tran.


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CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics. 2 of 103. Part 22 Exhibits. Part 22, Exhibit Contents A. 1. Recipe for Computing Estate Tax Liability 2. Meaning of Terms 3. Group Property versus Basic Law States 4. Types of Ownership in Real Estate
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CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics Chapter 22 Federal Estate Tax, Federal Gift Tax, and Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax ©2006 , CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business 4025 W. Peterson Ave. Chicago, IL 60646-6085 800 248 3248 www.CCHGroup.com

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Chapter 22 Exhibits 1. Recipe for Computing Estate Tax Liability 2. Meaning of Terms 3. Group Property versus Precedent-based Law States 4. Types of Ownership in Real Estate—Tenancy by the Entirety 5. Occupancy by the Entirety—Example 6. Types of Ownership in Real Estate—Joint Tenancy 7. Joint Tenancy—Example 8. Types of Ownership in Real Estate—Tenancy in Common 9. Force of Appointment 10. Protection Proceeds—General Rules 11. Protection Proceeds—Example 1 12. Protection Proceeds—Example 2 13. Protection Proceeds—Example 3 Chapter 22, Exhibit Contents A CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Chapter 22 Exhibits 14. Annuities and Lump-Sum Survivor Benefits 15. Annuities and Lump-Sum Survivor Benefits—Example 16. Blessing Tax Paid Within 3 Years of Death 17. Entomb Vivos Transfers—Types 18. Bury Vivos Transfers—Examples 19. Therapeutic Insurance Reimbursements 20. Dower and Curtesy 21. Esteeming the Gross Estate 22. Conclusions from the Gross Estate 23. Setback Losses 24. Magnanimous Contributions 25. Conjugal Transfers 26. Conjugal Transfers—Examples Chapter 22, Exhibit Contents B CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Chapter 22 Exhibits 27. Post 1976 Gifts 28. Post 1976 Gifts—Example 29. Figuring Estate Tax and Credits 30. Domain Tax Return 31. Equation for Computing Gift Tax Liability 32. Blessing Tax—Overview 33. Blessing Loans—General Rules 34. Blessing Tax—Exclusions 35. Blessing Tax—Deductions 36. Blessing Tax Liability—Short Formula 37. Blessing Tax Filing Requirements Chapter 22, Exhibit Contents C CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Formula for Computing Estate Tax Liability Chapter 22, Exhibit 1a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Formula for Computing Estate Tax Liability Chapter 22, Exhibit 1b CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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– Marital derivation (property going to surviving life partner) – Charitable exchanges = Taxable bequest + Adjusted assessable endowments (i.e., endowments made after 1976, after $12,000 yearly avoidances and blessing charge findings) = Estate impose base x Estate impose rates (see Appendix at end of content) = Tentative home duty Formula for Computing Estate Tax Liability Chapter 22, Exhibit 1c CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Formula for Computing Estate Tax Liability Chapter 22, Exhibit 1d CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Definition of Terms Estate Purpose. A home is made upon the demise of each person. The substance is accused of gathering and monitoring the majority of the individual\'s advantages, fulfilling all liabilities and circulating the rest of the resources for the beneficiaries distinguished by will or by state law. Part 22, Exhibit 2a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Definition of Terms Estate Key Persons. A bequest includes three gatherings: Decedent, the majority of whose probate resources are exchanged to the home for manner. Agent, who is delegated under the decedent\'s legitimate will (or the manager, if no substantial will exists). The agent or manager holds the trustee duty to work the domain as coordinated by the will, material state law, and the probate court. Recipients of the home, who are to get resources or pay from the domain, as the decedent has shown in the will. Part 22, Exhibit 2b CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Definition of Terms Gross Estate (GE) Broad Scope. Review the wide meaning of gross salary: all pay from whatever source inferred. Code Sec. 61(a). Similarly as wage expense law characterizes "wage" extensively, domain charge law characterizes "property" comprehensively. No property is barred, however little, be it genuine or individual, substantial or immaterial, U.S. on the other hand remote, the length of the decedent claimed a valuable enthusiasm at the season of death. Indeed, even tax-exempt civil bonds are incorporated into the gross bequest, since home expense is required on the exchange of property, not the property itself. Section 22, Exhibit 2c CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Definition of Terms Gross Estate Examples. GE things include: money, individual home, family unit assets, securities, land ventures, authority things, notes, profits proclaimed before death (if the decedent was the stockholder of record), sole proprietorships and organization premiums. Section 22, Exhibit 2d CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Community Property versus Customary Law States The distinction between group property and custom-based law state frameworks revolves around the property rights controlled by wedded people. Group Property States. In people group property expresses, a life partner\'s profit, or pay from property procured after marriage by one mate, is regarded possessed similarly by both companions. Custom-based Law States. In precedent-based law states, such profit or pay is not esteemed claimed similarly. Section 22, Exhibit 3a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Community Property versus Custom-based Law States Tax impact. In the event that the life partners record isolate gives back, every mate\'s arrival will be distinctive, contingent on the state in which the profit or property wage is figured it out. (There is no expense impact if the life partners document joint returns.) Community property salary would be shared similarly; custom-based law wage would be burdened in full by the worker or proprietor of the property. Section 22, Exhibit 3b CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Community Property versus Precedent-based Law States Two sorts of group property states are: 1. States where wage from pre-conjugal property is shared. In Texas, Wisconsin, Idaho and Louisiana, wage from property claimed before marriage IS possessed similarly between two companions on the off chance that it is acknowledged after marriage. 2. States where wage from pre-conjugal property is kept separate. In California, Arizona, Washington, New Mexico and Nevada, wage from property claimed before marriage by one life partner is NOT possessed similarly between spouses, regardless of the possibility that it is acknowledged after marriage. Part 22, Exhibit 3c CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Forms of Ownership in Real Estate—Tenancy by the Entirety Chapter 22, Exhibit 4a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Forms of Ownership in Real Estate—Tenancy by the Entirety Chapter 22, Exhibit 4b CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Tenancy by the Entirety—Example FACTS: Greg and Sue are hitched in 1990. In 20x1, they buy an office working for $1 million. $900,000 of the price tag is subsidized from the offer of stock that the Sue had possessed before they were hitched. $100,000 is financed from the offer of stock that Greg had possessed before marriage. Proprietorship is as an occupancy by the total. Greg passes on in 20x5 when the building\'s FMV is $1,500,000. Address: What are the domain impose results? Part 22, Exhibit 5a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Tenancy by the Entirety—Example ANSWER: Greg\'s half share, i.e., $750,000, is incorporated into his gross domain yet is liable to the boundless conjugal conclusion in the measure of $750,000. In this way his assessable domain would exclude the estimation of the building. Sue, as surviving companion, consequently gets Greg\'s half premium, ventured up to equitable esteem (FMV) on the date of his demise. Along these lines, overlooking deterioration, the building\'s premise increments from $1 million to $1.25 million (i.e., half of unique cost + half of the $1.5 million FMV on the date of Greg\'s demise). At the point when Sue in the long run passes on, her assessable bequest will incorporate 100% of the building\'s an incentive as of the date of her demise (or as of the 6-month elective date if so chose), unless she offers it before she kicks the bucket. Section 22, Exhibit 5b CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Forms of Ownership in Real Estate—Joint Tenancy Definition. Responsibility for by unmarried joint inhabitants is like occupancies by the sum, with the exception of the proprietors have no programmed right of survivorship (otherwise called "solidarity of individual"). The gross home of the decedent incorporates the full estimation of property held as joint occupants, but to the degree of any part appeared to have initially had a place with the other individual and for which sufficient and full thought was not given by the decedent. (i.e., the other occupant gave thought). Part 22, Exhibit 6 CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Joint Tenancy—Example FACTS: Albert and Olga are single people. In 20x1, they buy an office working for $1 million. $900,000 of the price tag is financed from the offer of stock that the Olga had possessed. $100,000 is supported from the offer of stock that Albert had possessed. Possession is as a tenure by the whole. Albert kicks the bucket in 20x5 when the building\'s FMV is $1,500,000. QUESTION:What are the bequest impose results? Section 22, Exhibit 7a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics

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Joint Tenancy—Example ANSWER: Since Albert contributed 10% of the price tag, 10% of the building\'s quality, i.e., $150,000 is incorporated into his gross home. In the event that Albert\'s agent were not able demonstrate that Olga had subsidized 90% of the price tag, then 100% of the building\'s quality, or $1,500,000 would be incorporated into Albert\'s gross bequest. On the off chance that Olga were the recipient of Albert\'s 10% intrigue, she would get a stage up in premise on 10% of the building esteem (half on the off chance that they had been hitched). Along these lines, disregarding deterioration, the building\'s premise would increment from $1 million to $1.05 million (i.e., 90% of unique cost + 10% of the $1.5 million FMV

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