Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

Definition

A federal tax imposed on both inter vivos and testamentary gifts to grandchildren and subsequently younger generations or unrelated persons who are at least 37.5 years younger than the transferor. The purpose of the tax is to prevent a transferor from avoiding gift and estate taxes by skipping a generation.

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