Inheritance tax ‘Nil Rate Band’ and rates
Inheritance Tax is charged at the following rate on death:
Current tax year
Taxable value of your estate above which it is charged
Rate at which it is charged
* Inheritance Tax threshold frozen (until 5 April 2018)
We can help you evaluate the size of your estate—which could include assets such as property, pensions, shares and personal property—and identify the opportunities that will help you avoid or reduce the amount of Inheritance Tax your family will have to pay on your estate and enable you to preserve wealth for your dependants if the worst comes to the worst.
We can advise on making appropriate provisions for vulnerable beneficiaries, protecting their resources whilst continuing to benefit from them. You may also want to consider appointing a Lasting Power of Attorney who can manage your affairs in the event you become unable to do so. ??Our aim is to maximise the inheritance your beneficiaries will receive, avoiding or minimising the amount of Inheritance Tax your family will have to pay on your estate, ensuring plans are in place to protect your property so that you are not forced to sell your home to pay for your care home costs should the need arise. ??We are on hand to provide straightforward, up-to-date advice. We will assess your situation and provide advice on a number of tax migration solutions, creating bespoke estate protection planning strategies that are tailored to suit you and your circumstances.
Investment advice will be provided by our sister company ad+ Financial. The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Tax Advice, Trusts, Cash ISAs and National Savings and Investments.
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