Inheritance Tax is paid on the estate (the property, money and possessions) of someone who’s died. With IHT charged at 40% of your estate after any relevant allowances have been considered, it's perhaps no surprise it's been labelled 'Britian's most hated tax'.
With years' of house price growth driving estate values upwards, more estates will be liable for ten's or even hundred's of thousands in IHT. So it's easy to see why getting advice on the complex IHT rules can be extremely worthwhile to ensure you avoid overpaying.
We can explain all the (perfecty legal) ways you can mitigate a potential IHT bill so more of your wealth can be passed onto whoever you'd prefer to benefit. Don't delay - many of your options require years of planning ahead to be effective.