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SOI Tax Stats - Nonresident Alien Estate Tax Returns

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What is the Nonresident Alien Estate Tax?

The nonresident alien estate tax is a tax on the right of certain individuals to transfer property within the U.S. at death. The tax, reported on Form 706-NA, United States Estate Tax Return - Estate of Nonresident Not a Citizen of the United States, is applied to estates of non-U.S. citizens residing abroad who owned at least $60,000 worth of property within the U.S. at time of death. The estates of U.S. citizens and residents are subject to the laws of the regular Federal estate tax

For information about selected terms and concepts, a description of the data sources and limitations, and links to recent revisions of Form 706-NA, please visit Nonresident Alien Estate Tax Study Metadata.
 


Statistical Tables

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Nonresident Alien Estate Tax Returns with Non-Treaty Status: Gross Estate in the U.S., Outside the U.S., and Worldwide, and U.S. Gross Estate

Nonresident Alien Estate Tax Returns with Treaty Status: Gross Estate in the U.S., Outside the U.S., and Worldwide, and U.S. Gross Estate


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