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Inheritance Tax in the UK - Disinheriting: Estate Planning Guide
12908 Inheritance Tax in the UK - Disinheriting: Estate Planning Guide Guide to estate planning, wills, life insurance, inheritance, creating a living will or living trust. Inheritance tax in the UK is payable when a large valued estate is handed over to a person, persons or business entity. Inheritance tax is usually due, or will potentially be due, when a person dies. There are also other occasions when it could be due, such as ? when assets are transferred to a company or discretionary trust. Even if you are not due Inheritance tax, because the amount is too small, you will still have to fill out a grant of representation. There are certain instances where this is not required, but for the most part you will have to. UK wills,probate and Inheritance Inheritance   Estate Planning   Estate Heir   Heir Oct 10, 2007 send email to

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GIVING assets away before death has long been recognised as a way of avoiding Inheritance Tax. Provided the benefactor lives for seven years after the gift, there is generally no tax to pay.

Looking for inheritance tax advice? Birkett Long Solicitors is one of the largest law firms in Essex with UK offices in Colchester and Chelmsford. We are a full service firm advising business and individual clients, specialising in inheritance law.

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