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decedent

/de·ce·dent/ (dĕ-se´dent) a person who has recently died.

decedent

A dead person
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The Tax Act phased down the credit for state death taxes in IRC [section] 2011 for decedents who died during calendar years 2001 through 2004.
This new rule will be effective for estates of decedents dying after 2009.
2001(a) imposes an estate tax on the transfer of the taxable estate of every decedent who was a U.
After being advised that he had a terminal illness, the decedent and his wife, Joan, transferred seven pieces of real property to one of their sons, Sean Parker, and Sean's recently formed business, Parkerquest, LLC.
In particular, plaintiffs showed that decedent's body had been crushed by the bus at such an angle that the bus driver, pulling out of the bus stop, should have, with the proper use of his senses, seen decedent.
1014(a), the basis of property in the hands of a person acquiring it from a decedent or to whom it passed from a decedent is the property's fair market value (FMV) at the date of the decedent's death.
A total of 36,352 Forms 706 were filed between 2007 and 2009 for decedents who died in 2007 with estates at or above the $2 million filing threshold in effect for that year of death.
Twenty-three (48%) health facility decedents and 9 (23%) community decedents had used oral rehydration solution (ORS) at home before seeking care (Table 1).
The Service recently released a notice providing guidance with regard to the time and manner in which the executor of an estate of a decedent who died in 2010 may elect to have the estate tax not apply, and to have the carryover basis rules in IRC Section 1022 apply to property transferred as a result of the decedent's death.
More than forty-five (45) days have elapsed since the death of the Decedent.
Now, under IRC section 1022, for decedents dying after December 31, 2009, the property is treated as if acquired by gift and the basis in the hand of the decedent's beneficiary or heir is the lesser of: tire decedent's adjusted basis or the fair market value of the property at the date of the decedent's death.
It is the executor's or administrator's responsibility to collect the assets, to pay the death taxes, debts, and expenses of the decedent (the person who died), and to make the appropriate distribution of any remaining assets.