Dealing with Estate income tax issues is not for the timid. The rules are different from those of personal income taxes. I strongly suggest consulting a tax professional.Regular readers of this board may perhaps have noted that I generally spurn advice like this and tell people that it ain't that hard, they can do it themselves. Well, most of the time. This is one case where I agree 110% with irasmilo. Estate tax issues are not for the timid. Hire a pro, if you haven't already. If you have, he should have filed K-1s to cover things like dividend income to beneficiaries. If you try to do all this stuff yourself, you stand a good chance of screwing something up - which could mean getting slapped around pretty good by a probate judge. You don't want that. Lorenzo
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