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If you are talking about Federal estate taxes, depends on the value of the estate. If the estate happened in 2017, the estate gets a $5.49 million exclusion or 100% if...
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You can request a copy of your account transcripts directly online at www.irs.gov or go to an Enrolled Agent or CPA and they can do it for you (and quicker). The trans...
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Answered by Michael Karu, CPA/CFF/CGMA in Livingston, NJ
The short answer is no. However, if you receive interest on the proceeds, the interest is taxable.
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Asked by w-lmburris
Yes, this is specified on the 1099.
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