unified credit

Unified Credit

In the United States, a tax credit on estates and large gifts. The unified credit is exceptionally large so that most people will not need to pay federal taxes on their estates and large gifts. For example, the unified credit on an estate is usually around $1 million, meaning that the estate has to be worth more than that in order to be subject to the estate tax.

unified credit

A credit used against federal taxes due on estates and large gifts. Under current law, the unified credit is sufficient to offset taxes on values of approximately $1 million in estates and large gifts. Thus, the combination of estate value and large gifts must exceed $1 million during a person's lifetime before any taxes must be paid to the federal government.
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After the Mikels each subtracted annual exclusions of $720,000, the tentative gift tax on the remaining taxable gifts of $911,000 on each return was eliminated by the unified credit.
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Keep in mind that the estate tax unified credit amount of $5.
Often, the formula refers to the donor's or decedent's available federal unified credit.
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After talking with our advisor, we decided to take advantage of the unified credit and give large chunks of our estate to our heirs.
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If Congress does not act and the resulting unified credit becomes one million dollars in 2013, the transferor would have saved approximately $2.
Rowe, President and CEO of Premier Members, will retain his role as CEO of the unified credit union, and Branda Abbott, President and CEO of Colorado United, will become Premier Members' President and COO.
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