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When someone dies, Inheritance Tax needs to be considered. Without the right professional advice and careful financial planning, HM Revenue & Customs can become the single largest beneficiary of your estate following your death. To evaluate whether or not Inheritance Tax could become payable, all of your assets you hold at the date of death need to be valued, and reliefs and exemptions determined.

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There are many things to consider when looking to protect your family and assets. Whatever your priorities are, the sooner you start thinking about IHT planning, the more you can do.

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There’s a fundamental lack of awareness and understanding around Inheritance Tax, especially when it comes to how Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) are treated after death. Given that some people have been able to amass over a million pounds in their ISAs, it’s an area where lack of knowledge could prove costly.

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It's important to consider the tax implications of making financial decisions. The 2018/19 tax year is now upon us and a raft of new changes have come into force. The good news is that there is little change in the overall tax burden for basic-rate taxpayers. However, there are a number of areas that have changed that should be taken note of.

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The 2017/18 tax year ends on 5 April 2018, with the new tax year beginning the following day, on 6 April. These are important dates for financial planning, so it’s important you don’t miss the chance to make the most of valuable tax-efficiencies and allowances. Read our factsheet for more information.

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The importance of taking financial advice when it comes to tax planning it becoming more essential and can never be overestimated – and the sooner you start planning, the better for you.

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The rules around Inheritance Tax changed from 6 April 2017 with new introductions to rules on passing down wealth. Read our Inheritance Tax Change factsheet to place control over what happens to your assets after your death.

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With a Lifetime Individual Savings Account, you can use some or all of the money to buy your first home or keep it until you're 60. Read our factsheet to find our more about the Lifetime Individual Savings Account.

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Taxpayers (employees and self-employed) who have withdrawn amounts from their pension fund and
then want to top the fund up again are affected by Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA)Read our factsheet to find out more about Money purchase annual allowance

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Gale and Phillipson Investment Services Ltd, Gale and Phillipson Advisory Services Ltd, Gale and Phillipson General Financial Services Ltd are all authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Reference Numbers 431387, 142752, 195080) and trade under the name Gale and Phillipson. Gale and Phillipson (SE London) Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Reference Number 195522) and trades as Indigo Financial Advisors. Registered in England and Wales numbers 05409822, 02232959, 03751076 and 04077157. Registered office: Gallowfields House, Fairfield Way, Richmond, DL10 4TB.

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