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net estate

n. the remaining estate of a person who has died, calculated by taking the value of all assets and subtracting all debts of the person who died, including funeral costs, expenses of administering the estate, and any other allowable deductions. The federal estate tax (and/or state inheritance tax where it exists) is then based on the net estate value. (See: gift tax)

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The presenter, who died last year aged 61, left a net estate of pounds 3,926,414, according to papers released by the District Probate Office in Leeds.
* One-half of your net estate, if you have at least one child
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