Inheritance tax UK: Number of estates who’ll pay IHT could jump – state ‘coffers’ may rise

INHERITANCE tax is levied on large estates in the UK when a person has died and is passing on their assets. It is generally an unpopular tax and while the government have often defended it by claiming few families are actually affected by it, new data suggests that may not hold much ground for the future.
Daily Express :: Finance Feed


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