Comments

vol. 104 of Tax Notes at p. 1049 (Sept. 6, 2004).

Abstract

This article examines the Bush Administration’s proposal, as part of its proposed fiscal year 2005 budget, to extend permanently the repeal of the federal estate tax. The article considers the budgetary impact of permanent estate tax repeal and discusses procedural impediments to use of the reconciliation process for permanent tax cuts. The article also notes the possibility of a durable compromise solution involving retention of the estate tax with lower rates and a higher exemption.

Disciplines

Accounting Law | Banking and Finance Law | Estates and Trusts | Law and Economics | Taxation-Federal Estate and Gift | Tax Law

Date of this Version

October 2004