Inheritance Advice

Your hard-earned capital and assets could be taxed again, on the total value of an estate above £325,000 for an individual beneficiary and £650,000 for a married couple. The tax-free allowance, that can be passed on tax-free, is called the 'nil-rate band'.  Anything you leave in excess of this band is taxed at 40%.

From April 2017 there was a transferable main residence allowance.  Starting at £100,000 per person it will increase to £175,000 by 2020/21.  Taking into account the main nil-rate band of £325,000, this means an individual's overall IHT allowance will be £500,000.

Estate planning could reduce and sometimes even eliminate inheritance tax, leaving more money to your family, friends and charitable causes, rather than the taxman.

We can give you expert advice on gifting, trust funds and tax-efficient wills, allowing you to feel more confident that your loved ones will benefit fully.

Some aspects of Inheritance Tax Planning are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

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