What is a Transfer Tax?
A transfer tax is a tax on the value of goods that one party gives to another.
How Does a Transfer Tax Work?
Individuals and organizations frequently give and accept property with no exchange of monetary payment. Two prominent examples of this include gifting and inheritance.
Why Does a Transfer Tax Matter?
Gifts and legacies donated for charitable purposes are not subject to transfer taxes.
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