Transferable Nil Rate Band

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Every person has their own nil rate band (NRB). This is the amount that can be distributed on their death without inheritance tax being payable. Since 9th October 2007, an unused NRB from a deceased spouse can also be claimed when the surviving spouse dies. There are a number of misconceptions about the transferable NRB … Read moreTransferable Nil Rate Band

Residential Nil Rate Band – Qualifying Residential Interest

Residential Nil Rate Band – Qualifying Residential Interest The rules for the Residential Nil Rate Band (RNRB) introduce a variety of new terms that need defining. The first of these is a Qualifying Residential Interest. The new S8H Inheritance Tax Act 1984 defines a Qualifying Residential Interest (QRI) as an interest in a dwelling which … Read moreResidential Nil Rate Band – Qualifying Residential Interest

Potentially Exempt Transfers (PETs)

Section 3A of the Inheritance Tax Act 1984 provides provisions specifically for Potentially Exempt Transfers (PETs). A PET is a transfer of value which is made during the lifetime of an individual; in other words, it is a gift of an asset and provided certain conditions are met, the PET can be exempt from IHT. … Read morePotentially Exempt Transfers (PETs)