Section 5731.181 | Additional tax on generation-skipping transfer.
(A) For purposes of this section, "generation-skipping transfer," "taxable distribution," and "taxable termination" have the same meaning as in Chapter 13 of subtitle B of the Internal Revenue Code.
(B) A tax is hereby levied upon every generation-skipping transfer of property having a situs in this state, that occurs at the same time as, and as a result of, the death of an individual, in an amount equal to the credit allowed by Chapter 13 of subtitle B of the Internal Revenue Code, for any taxes paid to any state in respect of any property included in the generation-skipping transfer.
For purposes of this division, "property having a situs in this state" includes all the following:
(1) Real property situated in this state;
(2) Tangible personal property having an actual situs in this state;
(3) Intangible personal property employed in carrying on a business in this state;
(4) Intangible personal property owned by a trust, the trustee of which resides in or has its principal place of business in this state, or, if there is more than one trustee of the trust, the principal place of administration of which is in this state.
(C) The return with respect to the generation-skipping tax levied by division (B) of this section shall be filed in the form that the tax commissioner shall prescribe, on or before the day prescribed by law, including extensions, for filing the generation-skipping transfer tax return under Chapter 13 of subtitle B of the Internal Revenue Code, for the same generation-skipping transfer. The return shall be filed by the distributee in the case of a taxable distribution and by the trustee in the case of a taxable termination.
(D) The generation-skipping tax levied by division (B) of this section shall be paid, without notice or demand by the tax commissioner, with the return, and shall be charged, collected, and administered in the same manner as estate taxes levied by this chapter. This chapter is generally applicable to, except to the extent it is inconsistent with the nature of, the generation-skipping tax.
(E) If another state levies a generation-skipping tax on a transfer described in division (B) of this section, the tax commissioner may enter into a compromise of the generation-skipping tax levied by division (B) of this section in the manner provided in section 5731.35 of the Revised Code, except that no approval of any probate court is required. If such a compromise agreement is made, no interest and penalties shall accrue for the period prior to the execution of the agreement and for sixty days after its execution.
Available Versions of this Section
- June 30, 2005 – House Bill 66, 126th General Assembly [ View June 30, 2005 Version ]