Why not consider making regular gifts out of surplus income for inheritance tax planning?

When undertaking your inheritance tax planning, why not consider setting up a standing order to family members?

Such regular gifts can be outside of the scope of inheritance tax provided they are made out of surplus income and not out of capital. It would be necessary to demonstrate that you are left with sufficient income after tax and living expenses to maintain your normal lifestyle. Unlike the £3,000 annual inheritance tax allowance there is no monetary limit for regular gifts out of income, provided the conditions are satisfied.

Contact us,  we can review your personal circumstances to see if you are able to take advantage of this tax relief.

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