Einhorn Harris Partner answers NJ.Com query regarding taxes owed on inherited stock

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Q. My aunt has me in her will to receive her company stocks. She has accumulated them over her work career since the 1950s. If the value is $200,000 upon her death, what would I have to pay in taxes?

Einhorn Harris Partner, Gary R. Botwinick answers: “What you’d have to pay in taxes would depend on several factors.”

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