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Throughout this Publication, Section references are To Internal Revenue Code unless otherwise note. Medical and dental Expense Deduction. The threshold for deducting medical and dental expenses remains at amounts exceeding 7. 5% of Your adjusted gross Income. See Instructions for Schedule for more Information. Beneficiary Deductions. Section 67 suspends Miscellaneous itemized Deductions Subject To 2% floor for TAX years 2018 through 2025. See Notice 2018 - 61 PDF for more information about allowable beneficiary Deductions Under Section 67 and 642. Also see Regulations Section 1. 67 - 4 available At IRS. Gov / IRB / 2014 - 22_IRB / ar05. Html amend At IRS. Gov / IRB / 2014 - 32_IRB / ar06. Html for costs that are commonly or customarily incurred by individual. Deduction of Taxes. Deduction for State and local Taxes is limited to 10 000. Deduction for Foreign Real Property Taxes is no longer allow. See FORM 1040 and 1040 - SR Instructions and FORM 1041 Instructions for more Information. Net Operating Loss. The TAX Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminated the option to carry back Net Operating Loss for most taxpayers. Generally, NOL generated in TAX year ending after 2017 can only be carried forward to subsequent years. The 2 - year carryback rule no longer apply. See Pub. 536, Net Operating Loss for Individuals, Estates, and Trusts, for Additional Information. Exceptions apply to certain farming losses. See Pub. 225, Farmer's TAX Guide for more Information. Section 965 deferred Foreign Income. If you own certain foreign corporations, you may have to Include on Your Return Certain defer Foreign Income. You may Pay the entire Amount of TAX Due with Respect To this deferred Foreign Income this Year or elect to make Payment in eight installments or, in the case of certain stock owned through S Corporation, elect to defer Payment until occurrence of the triggering event. See FORM 1040 and 1040 - SR Instructions, and FORM 1041 Instructions, for more information. Qualified Business Income Deduction. For TAX years beginning after 2017, Individuals, Estates, and Trusts may be entitled to Deduction of up to 20% of their Qualified Business Income From trade or Business. For more information, see Section 199A and Instructions for Forms 8995 or 8995 -. Form 8990, Limitation on Business Interest Expense Under Section 163. For TAX years beginning in 2018, taxpayers are required to file FORM 8990, unless exception for Filing is meet. Small business taxpayers other than TAX shelter, with average annual gross receipts of 26 million or less for 3 Prior TAX years, are not required to file FORM 8990. For more information, see FORM 8990 and Instructions for FORM 8990. Inclusion of Global Intangible Low - Taxed Income. Public Law 115 - 97 enacts new Section 951A, which requires US shareholders of controlled foreign corporations to determine and Include their GILTI in Taxable Income every Year. Section 951A is effective for TAX years of foreign corporations beginning after 2017, and for TAX years of US shareholders in which or with which such TAX years of foreign corporations end.

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Income To Include

Minnesota does not have an inheritance tax. It's is a tax on beneficiaries of estate. If you are the beneficiary, you generally do not have to include inheritance on your income tax return. However, you may have to pay income tax if you inherit an IRA / annuity, etc., Which includes decedent's pre - tax dollars. You should be notified by the estate if this is the case. Income tax is owed to the state in which the beneficiary lives, not the state where the decedent live. For more information, see IRS Publication 559, Survivors, Executors and Administrators.

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Deductions

Beginning with Tax Year 2018, Tax Law allows you to itemize your Deductions for New York State Income Tax purpose whether or not you Itemized your Deductions on your federal Income Tax return. See TSB - m18i, New York State Decouples from Certain Personal Income Tax Internal Revenue Code changes for 2018 and after, for more information on this change. In general, your New York Itemized Deductions are computed using federal rules as they exist prior to changes made to the Internal Revenue Code by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. New York State Itemized Deductions are reported on Form IT - 196, New York Resident, Nonresident, and Part - Year Resident Itemized Deductions, for Certain New York Itemized deduction computations, instructions for Form IT - 196 may refer you to this webpage for additional information or instruction.S We briefly describe difference between federal and New York State Itemized deduction rules below. In addition, we provide links to specific current and prior year Internal Revenue Service forms and publications to help you compute your New York Itemized Deductions. For federal purposes, your total Itemized deduction for State and local taxes paid in 2019 is limited to a combined amount not to exceed 10 000. In addition, you can no longer deduct foreign taxes you paid on real estate. For New York purposes, your state and local taxes paid in 2019 are not subject to federal limit and you can deduct foreign taxes you paid on real estate. 2017 federal Schedule instructions for lines 5 through 8 2019 federal Schedule, lines 5a, 5b, 5c, and 5d; and its instructions

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Gifts, Insurance, and Inheritances

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CountryTaxInformational links
Belgiumdroits de succession or successierechten (Inheritance tax). Collected at the federal level but distributed to the regional level.Successions in Belgium Calcul des droits de succession
Bermudastamp dutyEstate Stamp Duty
Czech Republicdan dedicka (Inheritance tax)Successions in the Czech Republic
Finlandperintovero (Finnish) or arvskatt (Swedish) (Inheritance tax)Successions in Finland
Francedroits de succession (Inheritance tax)Successions in France Droits a la succession
GermanyErbschaftssteuer (Inheritance tax)Successions in Germany
Republic of IrelandInheritance tax ( Cain Oidhreachta )Successions in Ireland Inheritance Tax
Italytassa di successione (Inheritance tax)Successions in Italy
The NetherlandsSuccessierecht (Inheritance tax)Successions in The Netherlands
Norwayarveavgift (inheritance and gift tax)
Switzerlandhas no national inheritance tax. Some cantons impose estate taxes or inheritance taxes.
United KingdomCapital Transfer Tax (inheritance tax)Successions in United Kingdom HM Revenue Customs: Inheritance Tax

Only individuals file Form 709: U. S. Gift tax Return. There's no joint gift tax form. If both spouses each make a taxable gift, each spouse has to file Form 709. On gift tax return, you report the fair market value of the gift on date of transfer, your tax basis and identity of recipient. You should attach supplemental documents that support valuation of the gift, such as financial statements in case of gift of stock in a closely - held corporation or appraisals for real estate. If you sell property or family heirlooms to your child at full fair market value, you don't have to file a gift tax return. But you may want to file one anyway to cover yourself in case the IRS later claims that the property was undervalue, and that the transaction was really partial gift. Filing Form 709 begins three - year statute of limitations for examination of Return. If you do not file a gift tax return, IRS could question the valuation of property at any time in the future. For more information on gift tax, see IRS Publication 559: Survivors, Executors, and Administrators.

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Table2

StateExemptionMaximum tax rateNolo link
Connecticut$2 million12%Connecticut estate tax
Delaware$5.25 million16%Delaware estate tax
District of Columbia$1 million16%District of Columbia estate tax
Hawaii$4 million16%Hawaii estate tax
Illinois$2 million16%Illinois estate tax
IndianaRepealed20%Indiana inheritance tax (repealed)
Iowanone15%Iowa inheritance tax
Kentucky$50016%Kentucky inheritance tax
Mainenone16%Maine estate tax
Maryland$1 million $15016% 10%Maryland estate tax Maryland inheritance tax
Massachusetts$1 million16%Massachusetts estate tax
Minnesota$1 million41%Minnesota estate tax
Nebraska$10,00018%Nebraska inheritance tax
New Jersey$675,000 none16% 16%New Jersey estate tax New Jersey inheritance tax
New YorkNote 116%New York estate tax
North CarolinaRepealed-North Carolina estate tax
OhioRepealed-Ohio estate tax
Oregon$1 million16%Oregon estate tax
Pennsylvanianone15%Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax
Rhode Island$910,72516%Rhode Island estate tax
Tennessee$1.25 million9.50%Tennessee estate tax
Vermont$2.75 million16%Vermont estate tax
Washington$2 million19%Washington estate tax

Table3

YearExclusion AmountMaximum / Top tax rate
2001$675,00055%
2002$1 million50%
2003$1 million49%
2004$1.5 million48%
2005$1.5 million47%
2006$2 million46%
2007$2 million45%
2008$2 million45%
2009$3.5 million45%
2010Repealed0%
2011$5 million35%
2012$5.12 million35%
2013$5.25 million40%
2014$5.34 million40%
2015$5.43 million40%
2016$5.45 million40%
2017$5.49 million40%
2018$11.18 million40%
2019$11.40 million40%
2020$11.58 million40%

The Gross Estate

PropertySolely owned Note (a)Joint with Survivorship (Spouse)Joint with Survivorship (Non-spouse) Note (b)Tenancy in Common
Bank Accounts100%50%100%proportionate interest
Investment Accounts Note (c)100%50%100%proportionate interest
Stocks and Bonds (Certificate)100%50%100%proportionate interest
US Savings Bonds100%50%100%proportionate interest
Personal Effects100%---
Automobiles, Boats, Planes100%50%100%proportionate interest
Monies owed to you100%---
Life Insurance Note (d)100%---
Retirement Accounts Note (e)100%---
Closely Held Business Interests Note (f)100%---
Real Estate100%50%100%proportionate interest
Taxable Lifetime Gifts100%---
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Distributions to Beneficiaries

Table

CountryTaxInformational links
Belgiumdroits de succession or successierechten (Inheritance tax). Collected at the federal level but distributed to the regional level.Successions in Belgium Calcul des droits de succession
Bermudastamp dutyEstate Stamp Duty
Czech Republicdan dedicka (Inheritance tax)Successions in the Czech Republic
Finlandperintovero (Finnish) or arvskatt (Swedish) (Inheritance tax)Successions in Finland
Francedroits de succession (Inheritance tax)Successions in France Droits a la succession
GermanyErbschaftssteuer (Inheritance tax)Successions in Germany
Republic of IrelandInheritance tax ( Cain Oidhreachta )Successions in Ireland Inheritance Tax
Italytassa di successione (Inheritance tax)Successions in Italy
The NetherlandsSuccessierecht (Inheritance tax)Successions in The Netherlands
Norwayarveavgift (inheritance and gift tax)
Switzerlandhas no national inheritance tax. Some cantons impose estate taxes or inheritance taxes.
United KingdomCapital Transfer Tax (inheritance tax)Successions in United Kingdom HM Revenue Customs: Inheritance Tax

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Table2

StateExemptionMaximum tax rateNolo link
Connecticut$2 million12%Connecticut estate tax
Delaware$5.25 million16%Delaware estate tax
District of Columbia$1 million16%District of Columbia estate tax
Hawaii$4 million16%Hawaii estate tax
Illinois$2 million16%Illinois estate tax
IndianaRepealed20%Indiana inheritance tax (repealed)
Iowanone15%Iowa inheritance tax
Kentucky$50016%Kentucky inheritance tax
Mainenone16%Maine estate tax
Maryland$1 million $15016% 10%Maryland estate tax Maryland inheritance tax
Massachusetts$1 million16%Massachusetts estate tax
Minnesota$1 million41%Minnesota estate tax
Nebraska$10,00018%Nebraska inheritance tax
New Jersey$675,000 none16% 16%New Jersey estate tax New Jersey inheritance tax
New YorkNote 116%New York estate tax
North CarolinaRepealed-North Carolina estate tax
OhioRepealed-Ohio estate tax
Oregon$1 million16%Oregon estate tax
Pennsylvanianone15%Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax
Rhode Island$910,72516%Rhode Island estate tax
Tennessee$1.25 million9.50%Tennessee estate tax
Vermont$2.75 million16%Vermont estate tax
Washington$2 million19%Washington estate tax

Table3

YearExclusion AmountMaximum / Top tax rate
2001$675,00055%
2002$1 million50%
2003$1 million49%
2004$1.5 million48%
2005$1.5 million47%
2006$2 million46%
2007$2 million45%
2008$2 million45%
2009$3.5 million45%
2010Repealed0%
2011$5 million35%
2012$5.12 million35%
2013$5.25 million40%
2014$5.34 million40%
2015$5.43 million40%
2016$5.45 million40%
2017$5.49 million40%
2018$11.18 million40%
2019$11.40 million40%
2020$11.58 million40%

The Gross Estate

PropertySolely owned Note (a)Joint with Survivorship (Spouse)Joint with Survivorship (Non-spouse) Note (b)Tenancy in Common
Bank Accounts100%50%100%proportionate interest
Investment Accounts Note (c)100%50%100%proportionate interest
Stocks and Bonds (Certificate)100%50%100%proportionate interest
US Savings Bonds100%50%100%proportionate interest
Personal Effects100%---
Automobiles, Boats, Planes100%50%100%proportionate interest
Monies owed to you100%---
Life Insurance Note (d)100%---
Retirement Accounts Note (e)100%---
Closely Held Business Interests Note (f)100%---
Real Estate100%50%100%proportionate interest
Taxable Lifetime Gifts100%---
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Estate and Gift Taxes

Table

StateExemptionMaximum tax rateNolo link
Connecticut$2 million12%Connecticut estate tax
Delaware$5.25 million16%Delaware estate tax
District of Columbia$1 million16%District of Columbia estate tax
Hawaii$4 million16%Hawaii estate tax
Illinois$2 million16%Illinois estate tax
IndianaRepealed20%Indiana inheritance tax (repealed)
Iowanone15%Iowa inheritance tax
Kentucky$50016%Kentucky inheritance tax
Mainenone16%Maine estate tax
Maryland$1 million $15016% 10%Maryland estate tax Maryland inheritance tax
Massachusetts$1 million16%Massachusetts estate tax
Minnesota$1 million41%Minnesota estate tax
Nebraska$10,00018%Nebraska inheritance tax
New Jersey$675,000 none16% 16%New Jersey estate tax New Jersey inheritance tax
New YorkNote 116%New York estate tax
North CarolinaRepealed-North Carolina estate tax
OhioRepealed-Ohio estate tax
Oregon$1 million16%Oregon estate tax
Pennsylvanianone15%Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax
Rhode Island$910,72516%Rhode Island estate tax
Tennessee$1.25 million9.50%Tennessee estate tax
Vermont$2.75 million16%Vermont estate tax
Washington$2 million19%Washington estate tax

This publication doesn't contain all rules and exceptions for federal Estate, Gift, or GST taxes, nor does it contain all rules that apply to nonresident noncitizens. If you need more information, see Form 709, Form 706, Form 706 - NA, United States Estate Tax Return, Estate of nonresident not citizen of the United States, and related instructions. This publication also doesn't contain any information about state or local taxes. That information should be available from your state and local taxing authority. The discussion below is to give you a general understanding of when Estate, Gift, and Generation - Skipping Transfer taxes apply and when they do n't. It explains how much money or property can be given away during life or left to heirs at death before any tax will be owe. If a decedent gives someone money or property during his or her life, personal representative may have to pay federal Gift Tax on behalf of the decedent if it wasn't previously paid Money and property owned by a decedent at death is estate and may be subject to federal Estate Tax. This is in addition to any federal income Tax that is owed on gross income of Estate. Most gifts aren't subject to Gift Tax and most estates aren't subject to Estate Tax. For example, there is usually no tax if a gift is given to a spouse or charity or if an estate goes to a decedents spouse or charity at death. If gifts are made to someone else, Gift Tax usually doesn't apply until the value exceeds annual exclusion for the year. See Annual exclusion under Gift Tax, later. Even if Gift or Estate Tax applies, it may be eliminated by Applicable Credit Amount, discussed later.

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Table3

YearExclusion AmountMaximum / Top tax rate
2001$675,00055%
2002$1 million50%
2003$1 million49%
2004$1.5 million48%
2005$1.5 million47%
2006$2 million46%
2007$2 million45%
2008$2 million45%
2009$3.5 million45%
2010Repealed0%
2011$5 million35%
2012$5.12 million35%
2013$5.25 million40%
2014$5.34 million40%
2015$5.43 million40%
2016$5.45 million40%
2017$5.49 million40%
2018$11.18 million40%
2019$11.40 million40%
2020$11.58 million40%
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