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Inheritance Tax

"Inheritance Tax is, broadly speaking, a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue."  Roy Jenkins, Commons debate in 1986.

The above comment refers directly to the fact that if you give your assets away, retain no benefit from either capital or income and survive 7 years, then you can effectively reduce your estate chargeable to Inheritance Tax to zero.

For many this may be unpalatable for a number of reasons:

  • You may prefer / need access to your capital
  • You may be dependent on the income it produces
  • Perhaps you feel your beneficiaries are not in a position to receive a large sum
  • Perhaps you are concerned about what might happen if your beneficiaries get divorced?  Will the asset be effectively 'halved'?

 

We have a comprehensive range of solutions which cater for varying circumstances.

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