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Tag: Inheritance Tax

Is Collecting Life Insurance Before Filing The Will Allowed?

Posted on Fri Sep 9, 2016, on Probate and Estate Administration

From Our “Ask a Question” mailbag: “My father died recently, and I am the executor. I will file his Will next week. But my siblings have already contacted the life insurance company to collect the life insurance. Can they receive the life insurance before I file the Will? Is collecting life insurance before filing the Will proper?”

Is there any inheritance tax on real estate transfers in Philadelphia?

Posted on Fri Jun 19, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

From our “Ask a Question” mailbag: My mother transferred her Philadelphia County home to me two years ago. She recently died. I am going to sell the house soon, but do I have to pay Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Not in your case. The Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax of 4.5% applies to transfers to children at death, and includes all gifts made within one year of the date of death. If the house was transferred properly into your name 2 years ago, it will not be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax.

Do lifetime transfers avoid estate tax in Delaware County, PA?

Posted on Fri May 8, 2015, on Estate Planning

From our “Ask a Question” mailbox: My father wants to transfer a rental property he owns in Delaware County into my name. If he does, will this gift avoid Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

As a Delaware County resident, at your father’s death, all assets he leaves you at death (except life insurance) will be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax at the 4.5% children’s rate.

Do I owe PA inheritance tax on this real estate transfer?

Posted on Sun Apr 5, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

My Mother transferred her Lehigh County home to me two years ago. She recently died. I am going to sell the house soon, but do I have to pay Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Not in your case. The Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax of 4.5% applies to transfers to children at death and includes all gifts made within one year of the date of death. If the house was transferred properly into your name 2 years ago, it will not be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax.

Will transferring a property before death avoid taxes?

Posted on Sat Apr 4, 2015, on Estate Planning

My father wants to transfer a rental property he owns in Chester County into my name. If he does, will this gift avoid Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

As a Chester County resident, at your father’s death, all assets he leaves you at death (except life insurance) will be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax at the 4.5% children’s rate. That includes all gifts made within one year of the date of his death. So, if he transfers the rental property into your name and lives for at least one more year, at his death you will avoid Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax payment.

Tax Implications of Transferring Property in Delaware County, PA

Posted on Thu Mar 19, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

My Mother transferred her Delaware County home to me two years ago. She recently died. I am going to sell the house soon, but do I have to pay Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Not in your case. The Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax of 4.5% applies to transfers to children at death and includes all gifts made within one year of the date of death. If the house was transferred properly into your name 2 years ago, it will not be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax.

Do I owe inheritance tax if my Mom transferred me her house before death?

Posted on Fri Mar 6, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

My Mother transferred her Chester County home to me two years ago and has recently died. I am going to sell the house soon, but do I have to pay Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Not in your case. The Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax of 4.5% applies to: transfers to children at death and includes all gifts made within one year of the date of death. If the house was transferred properly into your name 2 years ago, it will not be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax.

Do lifetime transfers avoid the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Posted on Sat Feb 21, 2015, on Estate Planning

My father wants to transfer a rental property he owns in Montgomery County into my name. If he does, will this gift avoid Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

As a Montgomery County resident, at your father’s death, all assets he leaves you at death (except life insurance) will be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax at the 4.5% children’s rate. That includes all gifts made within one year of the date of his death.

Do I Owe Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Posted on Wed Feb 11, 2015, on Probate and Estate Administration

My mother transferred her Montgomery County home to me two years ago. She recently died. I am going to sell the house soon, but do I have to pay Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax?

Not in your case. The Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax of 4.5% applies to transfers to children at death, and includes all gifts made within one year of the date of death. If the house was transferred properly into your name two years ago, it will not be subject to the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax.

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