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Comment: Re:Or, just don't get married. (Score 1) 447

by alex67500 (#48130487) Attached to: Statisticians Uncover What Makes For a Stable Marriage

Indeed, tax on inheritance is quite high around here. Writing a will only changes the shares that will be inherited. The tax is still relevant. Unless you were married, then it's tax-free.

Direct line inheritance (direct descendants or ascendants) goes from 5% through to 45% brackets in 10% increments, any non-direct-line will be between 50 and 60% tax. (I'm not saying I support this, IMO when parents already paid tax on their income, whatever's left should go 100% to their kids, just showing how being married can be of use).

Comment: Re:Or, just don't get married. (Score 1) 447

by alex67500 (#48129557) Attached to: Statisticians Uncover What Makes For a Stable Marriage

In France, it's an important piece of paper for inheritance. You wouldn't inherit of their share of your house if your partner died, you'd have to buy out the inheritor's share in a family home (your children, if any, or your partner's parents). You also put your taxes into one single pot, which can help using the full lower tax brackets if one of the spouses is earning less.

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