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What is IRS Form 706?

IRS Form 706 is an official form used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the United States. It is used to report the value of an individual's estate at the time of their death. This form must be filled out by the executors of a deceased individual's estate and is used to calculate the estate taxes due at the time of the individual's death. The form must be filed within nine months of the decedent's death. Form 706 calculates the gross estate of the decedent, which includes property owned at the time of death, such as real estate, personal property, and investments. It also calculates any deductions or credits that can be taken to reduce the gross taxable estate. This form must be completed before a taxpayer is eligible to receive an appraisal, which is used to assign a value of the estate for tax purposes. In addition to Form 706, the executors must also submit supporting paperwork to document the value of the assets they include in the form.

Why do I need an appraisal for IRS Form 706?

An IRS Form 706 is a form used to report estate taxes. It is mandated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and requires the fair market value of the decedent’s estate to be documented in order to calculate the taxes owed. An appraisal is necessary for completing the IRS Form 706 because it provides an estimate of the estate’s market value. A qualified appraiser with specific knowledge of the type of property being appraised can provide a professional and defensible opinion of the property’s value, which is essential for accurately calculating the estate taxes. Additionally, having an appraisal can also provide a layer of protection for the estate executor in the event of an IRS audit. An appraisal report is an important legal document that can be used to show that the estate was properly valued and to prove that the executor acted responsibly when filing the Form 706. *Please note that AppraiseItNow does not provide tax advice*

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