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Inheritance Tax Made Simple
Inheritance Tax Made Simple
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Inheritance Tax Made Simple

The essential guide to understanding inheritance tax
Andrew Komarnyckyj
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Inheritance Tax Made Simple

The essential guide to understanding inheritance tax
Andrew Komarnyckyj
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'Inheritance Tax Made Simple' offers practical measures that you can take to reduce the burden of inheritance tax (IHT). This applies whether you are concerned about the impact on your own money and assets, or you are receiving an inheritance which may be subject to IHT or cause you to be subject to IHT.The book is divided into four parts:Part 1: An overview of inheritance tax.Part 2: Planning to reduce any IHT burden during your lifetime.Part 3: Taking measures to reduce the burden of IHT on death.Part 4: Dealing with IHT issues if you are administering an estate.Inheritance tax touches some of the most sensitive areas of any legal subject, and dealing with it can often be unduly stressful, or come at a difficult time in your life or the lives of loved ones. It is the aim of this book to be helpfully straightforward and a thorough guide to this complex area of law, and to lessen such stresses as far as is possible.---Erratum to first edition: Point (4) on page 14 should read: "In some cases there will be a nil-rate band to transfer where the death of the first spouse occurred before 21 March 1972. Prior to 21 March 1972, if a husband or wife left assets to his or her spouse (or anyone else) those assets were taxable. If the assets exceeded the nil- rate band in force at the time, there will be no nil-rate band available to transfer. If they were less than the nil- rate band at the time, there could be a partial or entire nil-rate band to transfer."

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Publisher
Harriman House
Year
2011
ISBN
9780857192103
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1

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