Mission and Approach
Policy and Taxation Group (PATG) is dedicated to the ultimate repeal of estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer (GST) taxes, and the elimination of the destructive effect those taxes have on families, family businesses, job creation, the national economy, and government revenues.
Estate Tax By the Numbers
The “Death Tax” affects everyone – manufactures, retailers, restaurants, farms, and businesses of all sizes, their employees, their children and grandchildren, and more importantly, their very legacy.
Tax rate on full market value of ALL you assets
of family businesses GIVE locally, so when the business is sold to pay the estate tax the community suffers
months after date of death to pay the tax
Jobs in US created by family businesses
We need your support!
Your support is being sought to invest in our strategic efforts to promote both short-term and long-term relief on Capitol Hill, to defeat harmful tax increases and provide practical leadership in the repeal/relief community.
PATG only focus is to work for repeal of the gift tax, estate tax and generation skipping tax by meeting with legislators and staff, the Executive Branch and Agencies on a constant and regular basis
Policy and Taxation Group is the best way for families, family businesses and individuals to support and impact estate tax relief/repeal. The “Death Tax”, (gift, estate and GST tax), affects many more people than in the IRS statistic’s, as family business are sold, and jobs eliminated in anticipation of paying the estate tax.
Estate Tax Horror Stories
“Five times our family has been subjected to the Estate Tax. Between the 1950s and 1980s, vast amounts of money (tens of millions of dollars) were raised to pay the tax. Lands were clear cut, mills liquidated, communities destroyed, but we survived. The next hit will be too great. The Estate Tax will take us out.”
“Recently my mother was declared incompetent to handle her affairs. Imagine the families surprise to find she was worth approximately 6 million dollars. There was no estate planning. They worked and paid their taxes every year since they were teenagers. My father worked for the government and served in the Army during World War II. The estate tax must be repealed.”
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