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Argument: The Estate Tax is double taxation

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate: Estate Tax]] - pro argument+*[[Debate: Estate tax in the United States]] - pro argument
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
-[http://www.heritage.org/Research/Taxes/bg1631.cfm Heritage Foundation 3/5/03]''' - "Given that assets are typically purchased with after-tax income, the death tax clearly qualifies as double taxation. Indeed, because many financial assets in a taxpayer's estate may already have been subjected to other layers of taxes, the death tax often is a form of triple, or even quadruple, taxation."+[http://www.heritage.org/Research/Taxes/bg1631.cfm Heritage Foundation 3/5/03] - "Given that assets are typically purchased with after-tax income, the death tax clearly qualifies as double taxation. Indeed, because many financial assets in a taxpayer's estate may already have been subjected to other layers of taxes, the death tax often is a form of triple, or even quadruple, taxation."

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Heritage Foundation 3/5/03 - "Given that assets are typically purchased with after-tax income, the death tax clearly qualifies as double taxation. Indeed, because many financial assets in a taxpayer's estate may already have been subjected to other layers of taxes, the death tax often is a form of triple, or even quadruple, taxation."

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