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Home Blogs Derek's Tax Blog Five Biggest Estates Exempt From Estate Tax in 2010
Written by Derek W. Jensen
Monday, 08 November 2010 06:11

Well reviewing articles on tax issues facing congress I came across this chart that shows over $9 billion of lost estate tax revenue in 2010 from 5 estates.


chart five biggest estates

Numbers like that are likely to get the attention of a few representatives and senators trying to reduce the deficit.

From the source article: Now Get Ready For The Lame Duck Congress To Kick The Can On All The Hard Deficit Choices



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