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Form 706

A tax return one files with the IRS to claim one's estate tax liability. On a Form 706, one lists the assets, liabilities, and exemptions on the estate of a deceased person. The executor of the decedent's estate has the capacity to file a Form 706. The value of an estate necessary for an estate tax to be imposed varies from year to year, but is always higher than $1 million.
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Program highlights are extensive 1040 Update, Forms 706, 709 and 1041, Pertinent Case Law, and Tax Issues.
Detailed materials is devoted to the basics of estate and gift taxation, reporting and forms 706 and 709.
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The number of Forms 706, United States Estate (and Generation-Skipping Transfer.
Just in time for tax season, highlights are extensive 1040 update, Forms 706, 709, and 1041, pertinent case law, and tax issues and entity selection.
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Forms 706 and 8453 already include limited powers of attorney that allow the IRS to speak directly with representatives of the taxpayer.
The expenses can be divided between the Forms 706 and 1040 in any ratio desired.
As the Tax Division has noted in its annual Tax Practice Guides and Checklists, in the sections covering Forms 706 and 709, practitioners should consider allocating the GSTT exemption and review prior returns after 1985 for use of the GSTT exemption.
Other deductions that may result in a choice between Forms 706 and 1041 are reportable on Form 706, Schedule K, Debts of the Decedent, and Mortgages and Liens.