How to Avoid Paying Inheritance Tax

How to Avoid Paying Inheritance Tax

Inheritance Tax (IHT) is a tax on the estate of a deceased person, which includes property, money, and possessions. In the UK, the current IHT threshold is £325,000, and anything above this amount is taxed at a rate of 40%. If you are a UK resident, this tax applies to your worldwide estate, including any property or assets held abroad. However, with careful planning, it is possible to avoid or reduce your IHT liability in both the UK and your country of residence.

Mitigating Inheritance Tax

Mitigating Inheritance Tax

Inheritance Tax (IHT) can be a significant burden on your estate, potentially reducing the amount you can pass on to your loved ones. However, there are a number of strategies you can use to mitigate your IHT liability and ensure your estate is distributed as you wish. In this article, we will explore some of the most effective ways to reduce your estate’s tax burden.

Simplifying the Taxation of Pensions in France

Simplifying the Taxation of Pensions in France

Are you a UK or overseas pensioner living in France? Did you know that you may be liable to pay French tax on your pension income? In this blog post, we will explain how the French tax system works and look at some of the ways that you can reduce your taxable income. So, whether you are a retired expat living in France or are about to retire and move to France, read on for all the information you need!

The Importance of Financial Succession

The Importance of Financial Succession

As an expat living abroad, you face unique challenges when it comes to planning. One of the most critical aspects of this process is financial succession planning, which involves identifying and addressing financial risks and opportunities that can arise in the event of your death or incapacity.

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