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If the executor of a decedent's estate elects the alternate valuation date, and none of the property included in the gross estate has been sold or

If the executor of a decedent's estate elects the alternate valuation date, and none of the property included in the gross estate has been sold or distributed the estate assets must generally be valued as of how many months after the decedents death?

             3, 6, 9 or 12 months

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