Guide To Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax (IHT) has traditionally been seen as a tax only for the very wealthy.

However, with a threshold of £325,000 (£650,000 for married couples and civil partners) that will remain frozen until 2021, and the price of houses still relatively high, more and more people could find themselves caught in the net.

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