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Inheritance Tax Planning Trusts in 2022

Inheritance tax planning in the UK is done to avoid paying more inheritance tax. One of the things you can do is plan trusts.  What are Inheritance Tax Planning Trusts? Trusts are legal instruments that you can use to plan your estate and taxes after death. They help you to avoid taxes, protect assets, and […]
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UK Taxes: Is Inheritance Tax Fair?

The concept of inheritance tax has been quite controversial in the UK. It seems unfair to impose tax on property left to heirs and beneficiaries by a dead relative, even when tax has already been paid on the assets.   The government of the UK is receptive to these concerns, at the same time has very […]
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5 Ways To Pay Less Inheritance Tax in the UK

Inheritance Tax in the UK is paid within six months of inheriting property. This tax is levied on the assets you leave behind for your heirs or beneficiaries.  Assets for inheritance tax are calculated after deducting debts and liabilities. You’ll be able to calculate ad reduce inheritance tax after careful estate planning.  Pay Less Inheritance […]
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How does Inheritance Tax in the UK work?

IHT is a FOURTY PERCENT tax on the estate of someone who has passed, ridiculous right? Just imagine all of that extra hard earned money going to the tax man rather than your own bloodline. With that, you could have an Afternoon tea daily at the Ritz, I mean who wouldn’t enjoy a fine dining […]
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The Taxation of Trust Income and Gains

‘’In the land of tax, you’re running across a minefield, so you need to keep a close eye out and be careful where you tread.’’ I didn’t know I had to pay Capital Gains Tax on Trusts?  Like most tax situations, they can be complex and challenging to understand. Trusts play a big part in […]
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5 ways to pay less inheritance tax

The day has come, you are finally retired and awaiting your first state pension payment (which has been already pushed back), ready to see what your golden years have in store. Of course there is another thought that might also cross your mind and that might be: ’Will my children and grand children fully benefit […]
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