Federal Estate Tax Planning in Utah
Estimate Your Estate Tax Liability with our Estate Tax Calculator
Knowing your potential estate tax liability is a great place to start your estate tax plan. Use this calculator to estimate your estate tax liability. You can also use it to project the value of your estate, and the associated estate tax, for the next ten years.
Utah Estate Taxes
Utah’s estate tax system is commonly referred to as a "pick up" tax. This is because Utah picks up all or a portion of the credit for state death taxes allowed on the federal estate tax return (federal form 706 or 706NA). Since there is no longer a federal credit for state estate taxes on the federal estate tax return, there is no longer basis for the Utah estate tax. Utah has neither an estate tax — a tax paid by the estate — nor an inheritance tax —a tax paid by a recipient of a gift from an estate.
Salt Lake, Davis, and Weber County Estate Planning, Tax, Business and Real Estate Attorney Jason Hunter assists clients with Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Revocable Living Trusts, Charitable Planning, Utah Probate and Estate Administration, Asset Protection, Business Succession Planning, Elder Law and Long-Term Care Planning, Special Needs, Tax and Corporate Planning, and Real Estate in the greater Salt Lake County, Davis County, and Weber County areas, including Salt Lake City, Centerville, Bountiful, Farmington, Fruit Heights, Kaysville, Layton, Syracuse, Clearfield, West Point, West Haven, Roy, Hooper, Ogden, Pleasant View, Farr West, and Brigham City, with additional reach to serve clients in St. George, Cedar City, Kanab, Park City, Provo, Orem, and Logan.
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