The federal estate tax credit or exclusion is $5.43 million in 2015. You can transfer up to $5.43 million tax-free, but further transfers are potentially subject to the estate tax. The top rate of the tax is 40 percent. Learn more about what is the unlimited marital estate tax deduction in this presentation.
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