Well, as of dec 28 i do now. He purchased in 1907. It's a good time to know that one is in the home of over 100 years of relatives and read the guest books from summers in, say, 1923, and know that I'm essentially doing the same things on the beach they did then, knowing from photos that little of the scenery has changed,. Some things are timeless.
and off to the mill. Then sell the land to a developer or the rights to a fracking co.
When you show up at Easter brunch at your relatives, laugh wildly when you pull up in your new porsche.
bb gun wars
My grandfather used to own the property that is now Madeline Bertrand County Park outside of Niles. Every time I go there, I wish it had stayed in the family.
horse piss you offered to brewcitydomer and me.
I loved the stuff....made him hurl (I think)
See you at the game? We spent Fuck it money to go....
so wifey and the other two boys can try it.....
reputable attorney take a look.
Congrats, m'man. Really good news. It'd be cooler if she had buried $7.4 million in gold coins, but this is pretty good, too.
I don't want you bitten by the tax man. Actually, your aunt may be the one taxed. I'm guessing the land appraises at more than $13,000.
There is a lifetime exclusion of $5,000,000 (adjusted for inflation each year).
I would still suggest that Rudy runs this past her tax people.
Because it's in that conservation program she only pays $20 a year in property taxes. If the land is kept in the program, same deal for new owner.
I would love my grandparent's house. Nothing amazing but my grandfather built it. They have passed, but my aunt lives there now.
...even more beautiful if you have Buck (or some other fine IN attorney) read the papers so it's heir-proof.
The Classified Forest program in IN is pretty good, from what I've heard about it. On the off chance you hadn't seen it, the state website is here.
I mean yes, we will honor her wishes.
...then write in CCRs that prevent selling the timber, and the value should be about nil for tax purposes...hypothetically, of course.
This is their story.
That's all I've written so far.
I know how it ends.