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The American Family Business Institute (AFBI) is a trade association of business owners, farmers, and entrepreneurs working for permanent repeal of the United States federal estate tax. The organization was founded in 1994. The organization's mission, as stated on its 990 tax filings, is to “Promote public policies that lead to the abolition of the Death Tax; to protect the fundamental relationship of personal property to liberty; and to preserve family businesses and entrepreneurship as a foundation of the American way of life.”

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  • The American Family Business Institute (AFBI) is a trade association of business owners, farmers, and entrepreneurs working for permanent repeal of the United States federal estate tax. The organization was founded in 1994. The organization's mission, as stated on its 990 tax filings, is to “Promote public policies that lead to the abolition of the Death Tax; to protect the fundamental relationship of personal property to liberty; and to preserve family businesses and entrepreneurship as a foundation of the American way of life.”
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  • The American Family Business Institute (AFBI) is a trade association of business owners, farmers, and entrepreneurs working for permanent repeal of the United States federal estate tax. The organization was founded in 1994. AFBI has been the leader of the Washington, D.C. estate tax repeal coalition since 2004. During the 2005 estate tax fight the organization worked closely with Senate and House leadership and the White House to build Congressional support for the H.R. 8 repeal bill. Since then, the Institute has continued to be active on the issue, educating Congress, the media and the public about the costs of the estate tax and building Congressional pressure for permanent repeal. The organization's mission, as stated on its 990 tax filings, is to “Promote public policies that lead to the abolition of the Death Tax; to protect the fundamental relationship of personal property to liberty; and to preserve family businesses and entrepreneurship as a foundation of the American way of life.”
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