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Thanks. That is helpful.

Unless I am overlooking something, this is, perhaps inevitably, incomplete. What is the tax rate for the estate after the exemption is accounted removed? The table lists the "top estate tax rate" but nothing more detailed. The estate amount remaining after the exemption is taxed at a graduated rate, is it not? Is that graduated table available some where?

Many thanks again.
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