The IRS does not currently have laws or rules regarding inheritance tax as of 2015, Nolo explains. Only six states impose an inheritance tax: Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. More » Business & Finance Taxes

The federal government levies no inheritance tax, reports Bankrate. Federal estate tax is levied on gross estates worth more than $5.43 million as of 2015, and the complex returns should be handled by both attorneys and ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The general rule regarding inheritance is that the beneficiary does not pay any federal income tax on the money he inherits as of 2015, according to Intuit. However, the federal government may tax the estate of the decea... More » Business & Finance Financial Planning
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The IRS does not charge an inheritance tax, but some states do, and the rates range from 1 percent to 20 percent. States that have an inheritance tax are Iowa, Indiana, Maryland and Kentucky. Nebraska, Pennsylvania, New ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Form 4506-T is used to request a copy of a tax transcript and other information involving tax returns, according to the IRS. This form requires no fees and is available on the IRS website for download in PDF format. More » Business & Finance Taxes

Those filing taxes single or jointly who have no dependents, don't claim any income adjustments and claim no tax credits other than EIC may qualify to file the 1040-EZ form, according to the IRS. Other requirements inclu... More » Business & Finance Taxes

IRS Form 433-D must identify the type of taxes you wish to pay, indicate the tax periods you owe and the total amount due, explains Community Tax. You need to indicate the amount you're paying each month, sign and mail t... More » Business & Finance Taxes