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Gift, Estate, and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes

Will My Estate Have To File An Estate Tax Return?

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If your gross estate plus taxable gifts you made after 1976 is more than the filing requirement for the year of death, your estate will have to file a return.

The filing requirement is the same as the exclusion amount applicable to the unified credit (above) in the year of your death.

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