Check out TIME’s latest article, ‘Death and taxes’, featured in FTAdviser as part of their ongoing series ‘In and outs of liability mitigation’.

“The 2015/16 tax year was a bumper one for the taxman thanks to record inheritance tax (IHT) revenues amounting to £4.7bn. And there is no sign of any slowdown in the death tax take with the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasting IHT income to reach £6.2bn in the next five years.”

Read the full article on FTAdviser

Posted: 25/05/2017 Categories: Inheritance Tax, News, Press, TIME:Advance, TIME:AIM, TIME:Commercial Long Income

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