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Affidavit Of No Florida Estate Tax Due DR-312 - Florida

Affidavit Of No Florida Estate Tax Due Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in Department Of Revenue Statewide .
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Affidavit of No Florida Estate Tax Due DR-312 R. 08/13 Rule 12C-3.008 Florida Administrative Code (This space available for case style of estate probate proceeding) (For official use only) State of__________________________________________ County of __________________________________________ I, the undersigned, _______________________________________________________________________ , do hereby state: 1. I am the personal representative as defined in section 198.01 or section 731.201, Florida Statutes, as the case may be, of the estate of _____________________________________________________________________________ . (print name of decedent) (print name of personal representative) 2. The decedent referenced above died on _____/_____/_____, and was domiciled (as defined in s. 198.015, F.S.) at (date of death) the time of death in the state of _______________________. On date of death, the decedent was (check one): 3. 4. 5. a U.S. citizen not a U.S. citizen A federal estate tax return (federal Form 706 or 706-NA) is not required to be filed for the estate. The estate does not owe Florida estate tax pursuant to Chapter 198, F.S. I acknowledge personal liability for distribution in whole or in part of any of the estate by having obtained release of such property from the lien of the Florida estate tax. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have read this Affidavit and the facts stated in it are true. This declaration is based on all information of which the personal representative has any knowledge [ss. 92.525(1)(b); 213.37; 837.06, F.S.]. Executed this _______ day of ______________, 20 _____________ Print name _______________________________________________ Mailing address ___________________________________________ State of __________________________________________________ Signature ________________________________________________ Telephone number _______________________________________ City/State/ZIP ___________________________________________ County of _______________________________________________ Sworn to (or affirmed) and subscribed before me by _____________________________________________________________________ On this_____________ day of ______________, 20 ______________ Signature of Notary ________________________________________ (Check one) Personally known Or produced identification Type of identification produced ________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Print, type, or stamp name of Notary Public File this form with the appropriate clerk of the court. Do not mail to the Florida Department of Revenue. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com DR-312 R. 08/13 Page 2 Instructions for Completing Form DR-312 File this form with the appropriate clerk of the court. Do not mail to the Florida Department of Revenue. General Information If Florida estate tax is not due and a federal estate tax return (federal Form 706 or 706-NA) is not required to be filed, the personal representatives of such estates should complete Florida Form DR-312, Affidavit of No Florida Estate Tax Due. Note that the definition of "personal representative" in Chapter 198, F.S., includes any person who is in actual or constructive possession. Therefore, this affidavit may be used by "persons in possession" of any property included in the decedent's gross estate. Form DR-312 is admissible as evidence of nonliability for Florida estate tax and will remove the Department's estate tax lien. The Florida Department of Revenue will no longer issue Nontaxable Certificates for estates for which the DR-312 has been duly filed and no federal Form 706 or 706-NA is due. The 3-inch by 3-inch space in the upper right corner of the form is for the exclusive use of the clerk of the court. Do not write, mark, or stamp in that space. Where to File Form DR-312 Form DR-312 must be recorded directly with the clerk of the circuit court in the county or counties where the decedent owned property. Do not send this form to the Florida Department of Revenue. When to Use Form DR-312 Form DR-312 should be used when an estate is not subject to Florida estate tax under Chapter 198, F.S., and a federal estate tax return (federal Form 706 or 706NA) is not required to be filed. NOTE: This form may NOT be used for estates that are required to file federal form 706 or 706A. Federal thresholds for filing federal Form 706 only: (For informational purposes only. Please confirm with Form 706 instructions.) Date of Death (year) 2000 and 2001 2002 and 2003 2004 and 2005 For 2006 and forward go to the IRS website at www.irs.gov to obtain thresholds. For thresholds for filing federal Form 706-NA (nonresident alien decedent), contact your local Internal Revenue Service office. If an administration proceeding is pending for an estate, Form DR-312 may be filed in that proceeding. The case style of the proceeding should be added in the large blank space in the upper left portion of the DR-312. Form DR-312 should be filed with the clerk of the court and duly recorded in the public records of the county or counties where the decedent owned property. Dollar Threshold for Filing Form 706 (value of gross estate) $675,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 To Contact Us Information, forms, and tutorials are available on our Internet site: www.myflorida.com/dor To speak with a Department representative, call Taxpayer Services, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., ET, at 800-352-3671. To find a taxpayer service center near you, go to: www.myflorida.com/dor/contact.html For written replies to tax questions, write to: Taxpayer Services - Mail Stop 3-2000 Florida Department of Revenue 5050 W Tennessee St Tallahassee FL 32399-0112 Reference Material Rule Chapter 12C-3, Florida Administrative Code and Chapter 198, Florida Statutes. Tax statutes and rules are available online at: www.myflorida.com/dor/law American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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