2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 862. Probate--accounts.
862.07 Value at which to account; what accounts to contain.


862.07 Value at which to account; what accounts to contain. The personal representative shall account for the property of the decedent at the value at which it is shown in the inventory. Accounts rendered to the court by a personal representative shall be for a period distinctly stated and shall show by debit and credit each item with which the personal representative is chargeable. The account shall first show the total value of the property with which the personal representative is chargeable according to the inventory or, if there has been a prior accounting, the amount of the balance of the prior account; it shall show all income or other property received and gains or losses from the sale of any property; and it shall show all payments, charges and losses. The final account shall itemize all property available for distribution and all property previously distributed and show its inventory value or if acquired by the personal representative during administration, its acquisition value.

862.07 - ANNOT.

History: 1993 a. 486.

862.07 - ANNOT.

Cross-reference: See s. 71.13 (2) which requires the personal representative to file with the assessor of incomes such withholding tax returns (reports) for wages paid, sales tax returns and income tax returns as are due from the decedent and his estate.

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