Inheritance Tax Reliefs and Exemptions
Optimising your estate for inheritance tax can really help to take the pressure off your loved ones and ensure that they inherit what is bestowed upon them in your will. At Accountancy Solutions, our confidential and informed advice can help you ensure that you have a full plan for your estate. For advice over inheritance tax planning or any of the exemptions and reliefs available to you, contact our friendly professional team today.
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Planning for inheritance tax is a very complex matter. Inheritance tax is an area of tax that requires substantial planning for an estate to be efficient in terms of inheritance tax and less value to be lost when it is eventually inherited. There are a number of reliefs and exemptions that can help ease the pressure of inheritance tax on an estate and make the process of inheriting an estate much easier on loved ones. This is why the help of an expertly trained accountant can be of substantial benefit both in the will writing stage and during the ongoing maintenance of an estate.
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At The Accountancy Solutions, we provide a number of estate management services and planning for future inheritance tax. By making the right and most efficient decisions early on, you can optimise your estate by lowering its value and reducing the inheritance tax requirements.
Our team of professional inheritance tax accountants can help with all areas of inheritance tax reliefs and exemptions, including:
- Tax Planning Advice for Your Estate
- Exemptions, such as;
- Heritage Assets
- Woodland or Agricultural Property
- Potentially Exempt Transfers
- Tax-free Allowances for Charitable Giving
- Tax-free Allowances to Spouses and Civil Partners
- Tax-free Allowances to Children and Family
- Use of the Annual Gift Allowance
- Additional Tax-free Allowances, such as;
- Wedding Gifts
- Surplus Income Gifts
- Political Gifts
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