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That's just pie-in-the-sky talk around my main point: It's unAmerican and ruins the secret sauce of America to take 75% of someone's assets at death.

If you're worried about your estate having to pay an estate tax before your heirs get your wealth and/or your heirs having to pay a capital gains when they inherit upon your death, then you could always solve the whole problem by giving away all of your money before you die, and taking the tax benefit to do so.

AJ
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