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Inheritance tax

How much of your estate will be taxed?

The present rate of Inheritance Tax (IHT) that is payable by your executors on your taxable estate is 40%.

The new tax year is here: did you use up all your allowances?

With the new tax year now upon us, any allowances that you used up in full during 2018/19 have been reset and you can now begin using them again.    

The new tax year is here: did you use up all your allowances?

With the new tax year now upon us, any allowances that you used up in full during 2018/19 have been reset and you can now begin using them again.    

The new tax year is here: did you use up all your allowances?

With the new tax year now upon us, any allowances that you used up in full during 2018/19 have been reset and you can now begin using them again.    

Can you change a will after death?

On the face of it, this sounds implausible. How can you change your will if you have died? In reality, as long as any beneficiaries left worse off after any change, agree, you can change a person’s will after their death.

Plan your money 2019

2019 is set to be a year of changes for finances, with everything from council tax, state pension payments and inheritance tax set to change. Find out about the changes below and how your finances could be affected.

Plan your money 2019

2019 is set to be a year of changes for finances, with everything from council tax, state pension payments and inheritance tax set to change. Find out about the changes below and how your finances could be affected.

Chancellor calls for a simplification on Inheritance Tax

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has already highlighted inheritance tax (IHT) as an area ripe for an overhaul and now the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has asked the body to conduct a system-wide review of the current tax regime, and wants to see proposals for simplification, ‘to ensure that the system is fit for purpose and makes the experience of those who interact with it as smooth as possible’.

Chancellor calls for a simplification on Inheritance Tax

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has already highlighted inheritance tax (IHT) as an area ripe for an overhaul and now the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has asked the body to conduct a system-wide review of the current tax regime, and wants to see proposals for simplification, ‘to ensure that the system is fit for purpose and makes the experience of those who interact with it as smooth as possible’.