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Subject: Re: re post above estate tax avoidence Date: 11/19/2009 2:39 PM
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or are they so obsessed with sticking it to that Kenyan that they're willing to go to jail and/or pay huge fines? If A went to his dirt nap today there would be zero estate tax, and whoever inherited the property would inherit it with a basis equal to current fair market value. That translates into zero tax, but evidently that's not enough for, if I understand you correctly, these people who consider themselves patriots.

Sheesh!



to be a little bit fair ..my Mom was much the same at the end. Didn't want to pay ONE dollar towards "Mr Bush's War"

wasn't too hard to dissuade her law-breaker schemes .. but the plans that saved on taxes by losing money...

maybe something about getting old -- you personalize things a lot more


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