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Your guide to inheritance tax - calculate your potential IHT bill in five minutes

9 November 2018

The right arrangements will support your next generation, whether you're hoping to fund their education, help with a house deposit or just see them alright.

To help you, we have created this calculator. Once you have filled in the steps you will be able to get an indication of your potential inheritance tax bill.

Remember: IHT is payable on the value of anything you leave behind when you die. The IHT rate is 40% and due on any amount above £325,000 for an individual.

Calculate your inheritance tax

IHT is payable on the value of anything you leave behind when you die. The IHT rate is 40% and due on any amount above £325,000 for an individual.

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*This assumes that you're not entitled to the residence nil-rate band, that your assets will not qualify for business property relief and that you’ve not made any gifts in the last seven years.

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We hope that your report provides motivation to keep building confidence in your financial future. We know it can be a daunting task so if you have any questions, please call one of our wealth planning experts.

If this has raised your concerns about your Inheritance tax liability and you want to talk to one of our qualified Wealth Advisers, book in for your free consultation here.

 

The tax treatment of all investments depends upon individual circumstances and the levels and bases of taxation may change in the future. Investors should discuss their financial arrangements with their own tax adviser before investing.

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