Inheritance Tax Planning
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Wide scale home ownership and rising property values have meant that more and more ordinary people need inheritance tax planning advice. Don’t get caught out by a large IHT bill.
We see this tax as avoidable in many instances – it’s just that clients are not aware of the lawful actions you can take to do so. It just needs some smart inheritance tax planning.
For UK domiciled clients, Inheritance tax (IHT) is currently charged at 40%, and is payable on your estate once your net assets exceed £325,000. In the tax year 2019-19, 3.7% of UK deaths resulted in an Inheritance Tax (IHT) charge (gov.uk/2021).
Inheritance tax receipts in the UK amounted to approximately 5.32 billion British pounds in 2020/21 (statista.com/2021)
You need to understand the value of your estate.
Providing your family with lasting benefits means taking action now, get some clear and trusted inheritance tax planning advice!
Our Services & Expertise
- The writing of a suitable will which is regularly reviewed best advice
- The gifting of assets during lifetime
- Using trust wrappers
- The use of appropriate insurance policies
To find out more contact Ian Brown for advice. We can also help you with making a suitable will. It pays to understand the value of your estate and we would be happy to help you go through a checklist which will give you an indication of any likely IHT problems.
You need to plan ahead to ensure that your assets are passed on to your loved ones as efficiently as possible.
Estate planning and Inheritance Tax planning are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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You can talk to us in confidence about protecting your income and your family, residential and business mortgages, pensions, SIPPs, annuities, income drawdown, inheritance tax, wills and tax efficient investments. The first meeting is at our expense and without any obligation
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