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estate tax:

see inheritance taxinheritance tax,
assessment made on the portion of an estate received by an individual; it differs from an estate tax, which is a tax levied on an entire estate before it is distributed to individuals.
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Many feel that Illinois estate taxes will somehow be preserved, although repeal is also a distinct possibility.
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While a compromise on estate taxes seems reasonable, it is still uncertain what the exact compromise will be or when it will come.
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In a statement, Angara said the Senate ways and means committee, which he chairs, will immediately act on the House bill aimed at granting amnesty on unpaid estate taxes upon passage and transmission to the Upper House.
My article How to Use Gifts to Reduce Illinois Estate Taxes (November 2008 IBJ), in discussing the use of lifetime gifts to deal with the mismatched federal ($3.