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JD Oct 1
The first million pounds your parents leave you is tax free. So it’s a vanishingly small % of the country that need to worry about It doesn’t affect 95% of Britain.
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Emma Agyemang Sep 17
Replying to @ftmoney
. will keep reporting on this story, so watch this space. I'll also be posting more of my articles on and soon /Ends
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Qrious#EffingTaxPayer Jul 4
Real fun wd be when Mukhtar Naqvi announces minority exemption for
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Sankrant Sanu सानु संक्रान्त ਸੰਕ੍ਰਾਨ੍ਰਤ ਸਾਨੁ Jul 5
Replying to @sankrant
Whoops, misspoke on the , don't think it is actually there. Faked by media noise this time.
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Jonathan Sep 8
Replying to @TiceRichard
So your policy helps just 4.2% of the population - about 24,500 estates each year.
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Geens Oct 2
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Cllr Jon Burke Oct 1
Scrapping is a recipe for the ever greater, arbitrary concentration of wealth in the hands of a tiny minority of individuals. Obviously, that's exactly the kind of society have been working towards for the past 40 years, but to openly admit it...🤯
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Pranasutra Jul 4
"It has been decided that everyone will live equally poor"
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Richard Woolley Oct 2
“If UK had abolished in 2015-16, 70% of benefit would have gone to those with estates of £1m+, and a huge 40& to just 528 estates worth £2m+. That’s 528 people getting an average tax cut of £1m each, at a time when is rising.”
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Bill Dodwell Sep 17
Glad to see our balanced package of recommendations for simpler covered by
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Arthur Morgan Jul 4
The jackasses who were cheering for Demonetization are the same ones who are cheering for Inheritance Tax. These opportunistic BJP cronies will produce many RBI governors, CEAs etc
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Joanne McCudden Sep 9
Dear normal man on the street. You only pay over £475000 in most cases.....this applies to the wealthy and doesn't impact most people. Oh and the tax is paid out of the estate. You don't have to find it out of your own money.
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George Square May 23
Are you worried about inheritance tax? Our specialist financial advisors highlight a number of ways you can reduce or even eliminate IHT payable
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Paradigm Consulting Sep 19
We've teamed up with , and to deliver FREE CPD-accredited sessions on unravelling planning. The sessions will take place from 15-17 October in Wetherby, Sutton Coldfield and London. Book your place:
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Family Estate Planning Ltd Sep 23
Are you putting your family's inheritance at risk? Millions of people are -
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Brodies Charity Law Oct 4
Chancellor hints at cut. A seemingly strange issue for on that possibility is whether a cut could lead to lower as less need to take steps to reduce IHT bill in a such as leaving part of estate to
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Stratford Collins Consulting Oct 14
“Inheritance Tax is a tax which may be required to be paid on the value of an estate above a certain threshold. This is £325,000 - although it may differ in some circumstances.“ Speak to Stratford Collins consultants for expert guidance on
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Sankrant Sanu सानु संक्रान्त ਸੰਕ੍ਰਾਨ੍ਰਤ ਸਾਨੁ Jul 5
is a mixed bag. Lowering corporate tax is good, raising tax slabs on rich and is bad. Still stuck with European welfare state thinking, not using Indic models. (Bahi khata, like temple visit, empty symbolism with no real change).
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Cognitive Law Sep 30
Don't forget to book your place at Cognitive Law's and latest FREE seminar in Brighton on Tuesday 15th October on trust structures and how you can protect your family wealth.
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Heather Roberts Oct 4
A quarter of retirees shun family in will (via Passle) by Kirstie Williamson
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