Estate Tax

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    Tom Benson’s Kinfolk Deserve Nothing

    The New Orleans Saints proves why we need an Estate Tax.

    0 Comments / / Mar 13, 2015 at 12:24 PM
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    Election 2012, Gender, Lindsay Lohan, Non-Sequiturs, Patents, Politics, Sexism, Tax Law

    Non-Sequiturs: 12.12.12

    * It’s 12/12/12. Or as rational people call it, “just another Wednesday already, God.” [ABC News]

    * Elizabeth Warren is going to be on the Senate Banking Committee. Boom. How ya like me now. [Reuters]

    * Do women make better lawyers than men? For some reason this question made me want to make a really sexist joke. But I’m afraid of being yelled at by feminists. Afraid, like a little girl. [Law Frat]

    * Verizon to take on copyright trolls. I hope this leads to a commercial with that Verizon 4G woman playing whack-a-mole in a sun dress. [Torrent Freak]

    * You know what could keep us from falling off the fiscal cliff? The death tax? Mwahahaha. [Tax Prof Blog]

    * SCOTUSblog is looking to hire a good law student or LL.M. student. Qualification #1: you should probably know what SCOTUS refers to. [SCOTUSblog]

    * Lindsey Lohan had her probation revoked. If you are one of the people who care about this story, thus necessitating this mention of it, I hope bad things happen to you this holiday season. I’m serious, if you care about Lindsey Lohan, I hope Santa brings you herpes. [TMZ]

    2 Comments / / Dec 12, 2012 at 5:41 PM
  • No one likes a lazy welfare zombie.

    Law Professors, Law Reviews, Movies, Tax Law, Weirdness

    Welcome to Zombie Law 101

    When the zombie apocalypse arrives, how should the government handle taxing the undead?

    32 Comments / / Jul 19, 2012 at 3:56 PM
  • Deaths, Law Professors, Old People, Reader Polls, Suicide, Tax Law

    Estate Tax Compromise Could Save Thousands of Lives (of Millionaires)

    Late last night, Congress passed a compromise tax bill that will, among other things, cap the estate tax at 35% (with a $5 million exemption). If not for this compromise, the estate tax would have returned in 2011, at rates as high as 55 percent (with a $1 million exemption). Hallelujah. Anytime you can save […]

    230 Comments / / Dec 17, 2010 at 12:55 PM