Are you concerned about tax on what you will leave behind?
Estate tax planning is often neglected by individuals, with the consequence that the loved ones they leave behind are often left to cope with difficult situations. With inheritance tax generally being payable within six months of end of the month of death, a lack of inheritance tax planning can lead to unnecessary distress to loved ones at a time when they may already be under a great deal of pressure.
Individuals are also often concerned about the loss of control of their assets which inheritance tax planning might imply. However, it may be possible to plan in such a way that assets are made available to individuals while not being treated as part of their estate for tax purposes.
Inheritance tax planning can include taking some very simple steps to make use of well-used strategies. However, each person’s situation will be different and individuals with complex estates may wish to explore the potential of making use of the less well known statutory reliefs and exemptions that are available.
We can introduce individuals to providers of structures which can mitigate or eliminate inheritance tax on the estate you leave behind. The providers of structures we introduce you to always create individual solutions designed on a case-by-case basis.
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