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Subject:  Re: Co-op share valuation for estate tax Date:  7/9/2013  3:31 PM
Author:  irasmilo Number:  118824 of 127534

Perhaps I've confused the issue with too much information. The question is simply whether one can use the interpolated share price to value a co-op (similar to infrequently traded corporate stock) instead of a direct appraisal.

FWIW, NJ follows the federal Estate Tax rules as they existed in 2001, so I don't have to consider whether NJ has any peculiar rules regarding valuation methods.

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