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S.2242 Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act of 2012, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 28, 2012 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Farm Groups Urges Estate Tax Relief Before End of Year - April 20, 2012 by Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin - A coalition of ag stakeholders is writing to all members of Congress to ask for permanent and meaningful estate tax relief. "If estate taxes are allowed to be reinstated at the beginning of 2013 with only a $1 million exemption and top rate of 55 percent .

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      As noted by Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin on April 20, 2012, "A coalition of ag stakeholders is writing to all members of Congress to ask for permanent and meaningful estate tax relief. "If estate taxes are allowed to be reinstated at the beginning of 2013 with only a $1 million exemption and top rate of 55 percent ." (http://www.pdpw.org/news_headline.php?tbl=us&yr=12&id=907)
    • Eliminating federal estate tax proposed in Congress, exemption limits scheduled to drop next year - April 19, 2012 by Agri-View - Could the federal government do farm families a big favor by eliminating the federal estate tax – or is a newly introduced proposal “election year” posturing? That’s the question posed by Ohio State University associate professor and farm ...

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      As noted by Agri-View on April 19, 2012, "Could the federal government do farm families a big favor by eliminating the federal estate tax – or is a newly introduced proposal “election year” posturing? That’s the question posed by Ohio State University associate professor and farm ..." (http://www.agriview.com/news/regional/eliminating-federal-estate-tax-proposed-in-congress-exemption-limits-scheduled/article_0a4c00dc-8a37-11e1-91e5-001a4bcf887a.html)
    • Farm Groups Focus on Estate Tax - April 17, 2012 by Farm Futures - Rising land values, higher farm asset costs have forced farmers to turn their attention to the need for better estate planning. First step there is to get Congress to enact a permanent set of estate tax rules so farmers and their families can plan ahead. A

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      As noted by Farm Futures on April 17, 2012, "Rising land values, higher farm asset costs have forced farmers to turn their attention to the need for better estate planning. First step there is to get Congress to enact a permanent set of estate tax rules so farmers and their families can plan ahead. A" (http://farmfutures.com/story.aspx/farm-groups-focus-estate-tax-17/58950)
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