Australia doesn't have a death tax, but someone has to pay your bills after you die
Australia has not imposed death taxes for almost 40 years. After then Queensland premier Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen abolished them in the late 1970s, the other states and Commonwealth quickly followed.
But what some Australians may not realise is that, when you die, your tax bills do not just disappear.
Read more at the ABC.