posted a year ago
As far as I know, the US has no inheritance tax as such, although you need to check individual state regulations. Which country your daughter is domiciled in? Meaning she lives more than 6 months a year in? There is where she should usually pay tax. UK, Netherlands and UK all have double taxation treaties, meaning your daughter should not be 2x or 3x taxed. Both the UK and Netherlands have inheritance tax. So it may make sense for you to transfer the inheritance to your mother for purely financial reasons.