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Personal An Englishman’s home is his castle – and biggest tax liability

 Your home is quite likely to be your biggest single asset, especially considering how much house prices have risen in the last decade (in spite of the recent dip), says Lesley Stalker,

Personal Gift with reservation of benefit

If you give something away but reserve the right to use it, it counts as a gift with reservation – and is treated as remaining your property.

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Personal Paying inheritance tax on your home

Your home is almost certainly your most valuable possession – and may be the main reason why your estate ends up over the threshold for paying

Personal Planning for inheritance tax

If your estate is likely to be well below the threshold for paying inheritance tax, there is no need to worry about it.

Personal Inheritance Tax-Saving Ideas

When the first of a married couple or civil partners dies it may not be clear whether their survivor will need any of their unused tax-free allowance later on.

Personal How inheritance tax works

When you die, everything you own – your home, possessions, investments and savings – goes into your estate.

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