inheritance tax

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Synonyms for inheritance tax

a tax on the estate of the deceased person

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Yet there was bipartisanship in 1974 when the Whitlam Labor Government introduced a major concession to surviving spouses in the assessment of estate duty, and in 1976 when the Fraser Coalition Government increased the concession.
By contrast, the existing gift aid scheme for the relief of income tax excludes donations of chattels; and the AIL scheme allows any taxpayer to satisfy an inheritance tax or estate duty liability on any chargeable event by offering land and buildings, as well as chattels, to recognised cultural institutions or bodies.
As the name suggests, its early years were spent on estate duty as a station wagon used for carrying staff and guests to and from the action during the grouse shooting season - a duty which also qualified the car for shooting brake status.
As a nation we will require fiscal prudence and increased social spending as the provincial share in the National Finance Commission Award has increased, they have fifty percent control over natural resources, got General Sales Tax on services, duties in respect of succession of property, estate duty, capital gains and provincial powers to raise loans.
As the name suggests, its early years were spent on estate duty as a 'station wagon' being the mode of transport used for carrying staff and guests to and from the action during the grouse shooting season - a duty which also qualified the car for 'shooting brake' status.
As the name suggests, its early years were spent on estate duty as a station wagon being the mode of transport used for carrying staff and guests to and from the action during the grouse shooting season - a duty which also qualified the car for shooting brake status.
As the name suggests, its early years were spent on estate duty as a station wagon being the mode of transport for carrying staff and guests to and from the action during the grouse shooting season - a duty which also qualified the car for shooting brake status.
Our successive regimes-military and civilian alike-eliminated progressive taxes like Estate Duty, Gift Tax, Capital Gain and Wealth Tax, which were essentially taxes on the rich.
This is in addition to estate duty, which may be payable on the net value of the estate of the deceased.
There is no VAT on a property purchase and no capital gains tax or estate duty to be paid in Gi braltar.