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www.marylandtaxes.gov/business/estate-inheritance/index.php

The inheritance tax paid to the Register of Wills is subtracted from the gross Maryland estate tax liability and the difference is the Maryland estate tax due. If the inheritance tax paid is equal to or exceeds Maryland's determination of the credit for state death taxes, no Maryland estate tax is due.

ballotpedia.org/Historical_Pennsylvania_tax_policy_information

By contrast, an inheritance tax is paid by the heir or heirs of a decedent's assets. Pennsylvania is one of six states that levies an inheritance tax. The table below summarizes the inheritance tax rates for these six states in 2015. Inheritance tax liability often varies depending on the relationship of the heir to the decedent.

finance.yahoo.com/news/iowa-inheritance-laws-know-141240911.html

The inheritance tax rate for Tax Rate B beneficiaries ranges from 5% to 10%, and the inheritance tax rate for Tax Rate C beneficiaries ranges from 10% to 15%. ... While there is no state estate ...

www.policygenius.com/retirement/what-is-inheritance-tax

Tax rates vary by state with the top rates ranging from about 15% to 20%. To pay the tax bill, you will need to file an inheritance tax return with your state. Filing deadlines vary by state but you usually need to file a return within eight or nine months of the death.

www.investopedia.com/terms/i/inheritancetax.asp

An inheritance tax is a tax imposed by certain states on those who inherit assets from the estate of a deceased person. Its tax rate depends on the state of residence, the value of the inheritance ...

www.legacylawmissouri.com/federal-estate-and-missouri-inheritance-taxes

State Inheritance Tax. Estate taxes are charged against the estate, not the beneficiaries, for the transfer of assets after the death of a decedent. By contrast, inheritance taxes are a tax on the beneficiary (or heir) for the receipt of assets from an estate. Only six states have a state inheritance tax and Missouri is not one of them (yay!).

smartasset.com/estate-planning/washington-estate-tax

For example, in Pennsylvania, the inheritance tax applies if the dead person lived there, even if the inheritor lives out of state. Washington Gift Tax Washington has no gift tax, so you’ll only be subject to the federal gift tax, which says you can give up to $14,000 to discrete individuals without being subject to taxes.

olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2020R1/Downloads/CommitteeMeetingDocument/216516

value for all beneficiaries. Beginning January 1, 1987 the statutory inheritance tax rate became zero and the portion remaining was the “pick -up tax”. The pick -up ta x refers to the credit against the federal estate tax that existed. Oregon’s inheritance tax was equal to the maximum state inheritance tax credit allowed federally. 2 Only ...

www.bankrate.com/taxes/do-you-have-to-pay-tax-on-inheritance

This tax rate varies based on where you live and the size of the inheritance. For example, Nebraskans might pay as much as an 18% tax on inheritances. Pennsylvanians won’t pay more than 15%.

dor.wa.gov/taxes-rates/other-taxes/estate-tax/estate-tax-faq

Does the state of Washington have an inheritance or estate tax? Washington does not have an inheritance tax. Washington does have an estate tax. During a general election in November 1981, the voters repealed an inheritance tax and enacted an estate tax. The change from an inheritance tax to an estate tax became effective January 1, 1982.