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"Kevin A. Pollock BLAWG" - 5 new articles

  1. 2015 Update to Federal Estate Tax Exemption
  2. Non Residents of Pennsylvania Can Be Subject to Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax
  3. Non-residents Non-citizens of the US Should Be Careful of How they Invest in American Assets
  4. Japanese Inheritance Tax vs. US Estate Tax (2014 Update)
  5. Duty of Executor to Defend a Will Against a Will Contest in Pennsylvania
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2015 Update to Federal Estate Tax Exemption

Starting January 1, 2015, the federal estate and gift tax exemption will increase from $5,340,000 per person to $5,430,000. That is an increase of $90,000. If you are married, that amount will be doubled.

In addition to the lifetime estate and...

     


Non Residents of Pennsylvania Can Be Subject to Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax

I frequently get calls from individuals who had a relative pass away with property located in Pennsylvania. Even though the decedent lived somewhere besides Pennsylvania, you should be aware that Pennsylvania reserves the right to tax this property...

     

Non-residents Non-citizens of the US Should Be Careful of How they Invest in American Assets

Many individuals who live outside of America like to purchase real estate in America or invest in the U.S. Stock Market. It can be much safer than in investing in other parts of the world and often times the individual has children who have moved...

     


Japanese Inheritance Tax vs. US Estate Tax (2014 Update)

BRIEF OVERVIEW OF
JAPANESE INHERITANCE AND GIFT TAXES
vs.
AMERICAN ESTATE AND GIFT TAXES
(2014 Update)

I. Estate Taxes
A. America
1. If the Decedent is a Citizen or Permanent Resident
a. Tax on Worldwide property (credit for taxes paid to...

     

Duty of Executor to Defend a Will Against a Will Contest in Pennsylvania

In most states, when a person is named as an executor in the Will, the executor has an affirmative duty to defend the Will from Will contests. For example, if mom dies testate leaving her entire estate to child one, cutting out child number two,...

     


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