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@9KYPLH7Progressive from Kansas answered…3mos

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9JZCNFRConstitution from Michigan answered…3mos

@9JSRW76Green from California answered…3mos

@Benjamin-Shaplei…Democrat from Arkansas answered…3mos

Yes; if income/capital gains taxes for the most wealthy are adjusted upwards proportionally in line with the majority of Americans who only earn wages

@9JJDCQJDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos

If estate tax = 'Death tax' (tax on inherited wealth), then absolutely.

@9JGNTWDPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…3mos

@9JB6D5FVeteran from Colorado answered…3mos

@9J96T4CGreen from Iowa answered…3mos

No; the current rate is fine, but the threshold should be lowered slightly.

@9J65V39Women’s Equality from New York answered…3mos

@9HX79J8Working Family from Virginia answered…3mos

No, increase it on houses worth over 5 million dollars and second homes

@9HSX7STGreen from Virginia answered…3mos

@9HQCYMPDemocrat from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9HPNRRKVeteran from Illinois answered…3mos

@Robert-Sanchez-G…Independent from Minnesota answered…3mos

Yes, eliminate inheritance tax as we know it. Replace with a system that allows heirs full access to up to $10 million untaxed inheritance. For funds above this amount, institute a mandatory 30% contribution to a trust fund to guarantee payment of future expenses for heirs for education, healthcare, and residual income, and prevent both the wasting of funds to reckless spending and the future reliance on gov't funds for these people.

@9GYSR5JGreen from Washington answered…3mos

@9GW4C5ZIndependent from Texas answered…3mos

I feel that 40% is too much to tax... I recommend 15% estate tax but lower the threshold to estates over 2 million dollars...

@9GQXGLFWorking Family from Washington answered…3mos

I have no stance on this, considering I have no relatives passing with whom I can inherit said income from.

@9FMYPWNVeteran from North Carolina answered…3mos

Yes, decrease estate tax, but lower thershold to 5 million.

@9FBSCTLDemocrat from Virginia answered…3mos

It should be increased to 45% and should effect estates above $3 million.

@9QSCQRCGreen from Oklahoma answered…2mos

they are dead, leave them alone and their money to the heirs

@9QBTWPZDemocrat from Florida answered…2mos

Abolish it, the money was earned by the deceased for their family, the government has no right to take a penny of it

@9Q8H84DRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

@9PXBHK8Veteran from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9PTVZ5RWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…3mos

@9PT32C6Democrat from Texas answered…3mos

We should focus on enforcing the taxes in place on estates rather than increasing or decreasing them.

@9PG53W3Libertarian from Wisconsin answered…3mos

I am not educated enough on this topic to form an accurate opinion.

@9NLHQWTIndependent from South Carolina answered…3mos

@Joanne-S-MillsWomen’s Equality from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9N928CYVeteran from Minnesota answered…3mos

Yes, people who have already paid taxes their entire loves should NOT be taxed again after they pass away.


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