In the USA, a Federal Transfer Certificate is required to deal with assets that were owned by non-US citizens/residents and worth over $60,000 at the date of death. This includes selling or transferring shareholdings and closing bank accounts.
In their informative blog, Title Research answers frequently asked questions about the process of obtaining a Federal Transfer Certificate. More specifically, it answers:
- What is a Federal Transfer Certificate?
- What is the requirement for a Federal Transfer Certificate?
- How do I obtain a Federal Transfer Certificate?
- What documentation is required for a successful submission?
- How long does an application take?
- How does this impact the UK Inheritance Tax return?
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