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John Perry 2h
Is this how will pay for their programme? They will tax all donations from parents to children. The politics of envy.
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Strabens Hall 14h
Imagine being left with a £6m inheritance tax bill... Our tips to avoid a situation like this? Start planning early and get the right advice from a highly experienced advisor.
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CryptoBird 🐦 13h
Replying to @imcryptohero
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Kellands Gloucester 16h
How rules could impact on the .
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MHA Larking Gowen 9h
Leaving £1 million and pay no inheritance tax (perhaps!) Over the years, there’s been a lot of talk about IHT tax reliefs and tax rates - here's what you need to know
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BlevinsFranks 4h
The UK Treasury took £5.4bn in last year. Why are more British families than ever being captured despite static rates & a rising home allowance?
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@TARDISTAX 13h
Replying to @nadsday @updayUK
Lumping scheme usage sal with 2018-19 sal to be taxed, at a higher rate, in just 1 tax yr, plus , payable within 30 days whilst the scheme promoters are ignored - not illegal and too hard to pursue - does seem a little harsh for something that's not illegal, just cheeky.
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RSM UK Aug 16
Recent case demonstrates why you should document your gifting strategy while you can
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Steve Bicknell Aug 17
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Stuart Coombe 9h
Changes afoot for tax? Thoughts from Head of Rural Andrew Vickery on how it may affect
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@TARDISTAX Aug 16
Exactly. Okay, we used the but we didn't create schemes, nor would we have (we have not idea - we leave that to the accountants). apparently knew - "schemes have never worked" - said NOTHING but now want to charge int/ that alone exceeds the tax then MAX the rest.
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Marc White & Co. Aug 14
“Five years is still a long period of time, and there are far more beneficial changes that could be made to inheritance tax on lifetime gifts.” Michael Culver, Chair of the Board at , shares his thoughts on the inheritance tax overhaul
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Scott Murray Aug 12
HMRC opens more than 5,000 investigations a year
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Ian Bond 8h
Guidance from is detailed and set out in full (with examples) in relation to both tax & capital gains tax () but sadly lacking for tax () - in full it reads “Cryptoassets will be property for the purposes of Inheritance Tax.” Afterthought?
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@TARDISTAX Aug 10
"Schemes never worked " yet we said NOTHING for decades while extortionate int (and bolted on that is still debatably) accrued then MAXIMISED the original bill. Question : How do you think this evidence will be received in Court? We're about to find out.
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@TARDISTAX Aug 17
Replying to @RobSmyth
Also, regardless of what we did - yes, a scheme, LEGAL though and hardly a bank heist - none of us expected entrapment: silence for decades followed by MAX TAX, int, pens & (that no-one, not even accts, knew of). Outrageous.
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MBL Aug 16
to be simplified. Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) undertaken a detailed review as it is perceived by many as a complicated tax.
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Continuum Financial Services Aug 18
With many expecting to receive some form of inheritance at some point in their lives, planning and getting the right help is crucial. We take a look at the options available to help best prepare you.
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Ian Bond Aug 18
Replying to @IanBondTEP
The estate already pays: at 40% (inheritance tax take at record levels); potential new court fees ( tax circa 1.5%); rising crematorium costs; rising funeral costs; trebled death certificate charges. It is a bad and costly time to die under this government.
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@TARDISTAX Aug 16
Spectacular news. Thanks to all. This needs exposing: say/do NOTHING for decades then decide to charge int, and MAXIMISE the original bill yet they expect no reaction.
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