What property is subject to inheritance tax?

All real property and all tangible personal property, including but not limited to cash, automobiles, furniture, antiques, jewelry, etc., located in Pennsylvania are taxable. All intangible property including stocks, bonds, bank accounts, loan receivable, etc. is taxable regardless of where it is located. Jointly owned property, except between married spouses, including but not limited to real estate, securities, bank accounts, etc., with the right of survivorship, is taxable.

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1. Are taxes payable on an estate?
2. What property is subject to inheritance tax?
3. Can the funeral expenses and unpaid bills of the decedent be deducted from the amount subject to tax?
4. Recently my mother died and now I am being told that I will have to pay an inheritance tax on my own money, can this be correct?
5. What is the family exemption and how much can be claimed?
6. Who is entitled to claim the family exemption?
7. Where is the inheritance tax return to be filed?