Is Congress likely to extend the current exemptions on inheritance tax before they expire?

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2010-04-08 22:22:29
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Congress didnt extend the current exemptions on inheritance tax. The exemptions are only temporary though and tax is likely to be reinstated fully within a year.

More than likely Congress will extend the exemptions on the inheritance tax. When they are close to expiring they will be brough up for a vote.

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