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death tax

noun as in estate tax on a deceased person

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They get very upset if you suggest otherwise, whether you call it the estate tax, the death tax, or "fred".

He hit many of his stump-speech points: abolish the death tax and the Energy Department and send Ben Bernanke packing.

Newt Gingrich—who had all eyes on him—opened by crediting Ronald Reagan and vowed to “abolish the death tax permanently.”

In the meantime, the 2010 death tax holiday continues until the ball drops on Times Square.

In an unexpected concession, the so-called death tax would be set at 35 percent with a $5 million exemption.

It is not fair to tax the same earnings twice, once when you earn them and again when you die, so we must repeal the death tax.

Congress listened to the people and responded by reducing tax rates, doubling the child credit, and ending the death tax.

Unless you act, the death tax will eventually come back to life.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to death tax, such as: estate tax, inheritance tax, and death duty.

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