Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 15
UNIFORM PROBATE CODE
CHAPTER 3
PROBATE OF WILLS AND ADMINISTRATION
PART 13
UNIFORM ESTATE TAX APPORTIONMENT
15-3-1304.  Statutory apportionment of estate taxes. To the extent that apportionment of an estate tax is not controlled by an instrument described in section 15-3-1303, Idaho Code, and except as otherwise provided in sections 15-3-1306 and 15-3-1307, Idaho Code, the following rules apply:
(1)  Subject to subsections (2), (3) and (4) of this section, the estate tax is apportioned ratably to each person that has an interest in the apportionable estate.
(2)  A generation-skipping transfer tax incurred on a direct skip taking effect at death is charged to the person to whom the interest in property is transferred.
(3)  If property is included in the decedent’s gross estate because of section 2044 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or any similar estate tax provision, the difference between the total estate tax for which the decedent’s estate is liable and the amount of estate tax for which the decedent’s estate would have been liable if the property had not been included in the decedent’s gross estate is apportioned ratably among the holders of interests in the property. The balance of the tax, if any, is apportioned ratably to each other person having an interest in the apportionable estate.
(4)  Except as otherwise provided in section 15-3-1303(b)(4), Idaho Code, and except as to property to which section 15-3-1307, Idaho Code applies, an estate tax apportioned to persons holding interests in property subject to a time-limited interest must be apportioned, without further apportionment, to the principal of that property.

History:
[15-3-1304, added 2004, ch. 54, sec. 2, p. 249.]


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