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Inheritance tax (IHT) is chargeable on your death if your estate exceeds the IHT nil rate threshold (currently £325,000 per individual).
The Residential Nil Rate Band may increase this if a certain criteria is met. Effective planning can substantially reduce the amount of IHT that will be payable on your death.
If your estate is likely to exceed the IHT nil rate band then our expert team of Solicitors will help to minimise the tax implications of your estate and maximise the financial benefit for your family.
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