gross estate

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Gross estate

The total value of a person's property and assets before accounting for debts, taxes, and liabilities.

Gross Estate

In estate tax, the sum total value of a decedent's assets plus certain additions before any applicable tax credits or deductions. Gross estate includes, but is not limited to: property (including community property and all savings), certain types of gifts made in the last three years of the decedent's life, property or income transferred before death but under which the decedent maintained use and/or enjoyment, revocable transfers, life insurance, and pensions and annuities with death benefits. See also: Taxable estate.

gross estate

The total dollar value of all the assets in an estate before paying debts and taxes.
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The design had three stratification variables: year of death, age at death, and size of total gross estate plus adjusted taxable gifts.
(54.) According to data from the IRS, Internal Revenue Serv., SOI Tax Stats--Estate Tax Statistics, http://www.irs.gov/taxstats/indtaxstats/ article/0,,id=96442,00.html#2, returns filed in 1995 for all gross estates with $5-$10 million assets reported $11,653,648,000 in assets and contributed $955,692,000 to charity (8.2% of the aggregate gross estate).
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Not surprisingly, larger estates also gave away a larger portion of their gross estates than their smaller counterparts, on average.
domicile, all of their assets are includible in their Federal gross estates. Are there planning opportunities before they establish U.S.
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In 2001, the second highest percentage of nonresident alien estates was in the gross estate category of $60,000 under $100,000, with 24.4 percent of the filers in this range.
gross estate, only $220,721 for 1999 and $38,414 for 2000 (see Figure H).