Quickly calculate the federal estate tax due for any year of death between 2000 and 2016. After entering the gross estate value, provide the total expenses, total amount to qualified charities, and the amount given to a surviving spouse.
The Federal Estate Tax Calculator then uses the date of death to summarize the exclusion amount, tax rate, amount of tax due, and the value of the estate against which the tax is calculated. The Deceased Spouse Unused Exclusion Amount is also examined for deaths that occurred on or after January 1, 2011.
The final result displays the:
– Amount of tax due
– Taxable estate value
– Exclusion amount for the chosen date of death
– Amount of DSUE applied
– Estate value the tax rate is applied against
– Top tax rate for the chosen date of death
You can also use the Intestacy Evaluators℠ to see who inherits an intestate estate with these results: