Taming Inheritance Tax - Paul Lewis's latest guide

By Paul Lewis , Monday 19 November 2012

Inheritance Tax (IHT) is one of the most controversial taxes in the UK.

Taming Inheritance TaxOur 'Taming Inheritance Tax' guide explains how to work out whether IHT will be due on your home and possessions when you die, how much your heirs are likely to pay, how much you can give away before you die and how to reduce the amount of tax that is due. 

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  • Derek Smart

    Posted: Tuesday 23 July 2013

    August magazine(Paul Lewis's correction in tax tips 2013 (June).As I only earn £15,000 (born 1934)should I be paying tax.According to your tips my allowance should be £28,540.Am I wrong in thinking this as my current allowance is the standard amount costing me approximately £50 per month

  • Madeline Sweasey

    Posted: Thursday 20 June 2013

    Could we please have some comments from the financial experts about the pros and cons of prepaid probate plans offered by Golden Charter and others.

    Thanks

    Madeline Sweasey

  • Maureen Elizabeth Robertson

    Posted: Thursday 17 January 2013

    Very good, clear and easily understood.

  • William Cooper

    Posted: Monday 17 December 2012

    Is it possible to buy a copy of Paul Lewis's book 'The taming of inheritance tax'?

  • Roger Jones

    Posted: Sunday 02 December 2012

    CARE HOME FEES.
    When initial capital available has been reduced to under the Threshold limit by making monthly payments, say from £25,000 to £23,249 , do the care fees then get paid by the Local Authority?....... or do payments continue until £25,000 is exhausted?

  • Serena Jane Rait

    Posted: Friday 30 November 2012

    Is it possible to buy a copy of Paul Lewis's book 'The taming of inheritance tax'?

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