We will always consider the following as part of our tax planning process:
- Income Tax
- Capital Gains Tax
- Inheritance Tax
- Stamp Duty
- Dividend Tax
- National Insurance
- Corporation Tax
A significant factor in planning any investment portfolio is the tax treatment of the underlying assets. We utilise a range of different tax wrappers to maximise tax allowances and more favourable rates of tax. Diversifying your investments is always good practice but it can be just as important to diversify your tax wrappers when it comes to maximising your returns.
We review all major tax regimes and their interaction. We ensure that we fully assess your own circumstances to provide tax advice specific to your needs.
To support our tax planning advice, we advise on a range of investment vehicles and tax wrappers. These each have their own basis for taxation, and which can be considered in your own financial planning.
These include but are not limited to:
An estate in excess of £325,000 could be liable to a 40% IHT (Inheritance Tax) bill. It is therefore no surprise that inheritance tax becomes a major focus for many and requires careful planning. We specialise in providing advice to families on the most tax efficient ways to pass on their legacies. If you want to preserve your estate, it is never too early to have the conversation about Inheritance Tax planning.
We use a wide variety of products and tools to help you with IHT planning such as:
Inheritance Tax is charged at 40% of the value of your estate over the IHT nil-rate band. This is currently set at £325,000 for individuals.
This can be combined for married couples amounting to £650,000 of estate which will be free of IHT.
Any unused nil-rate band can normally be passed on in the event of death to the surviving spouse.
In April 2017, an additional Inheritance Tax allowance, known as the Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) was introduced.
Anyone who owns a home (or a share of) which forms part of their estate, has an additional £175,000 IHT-free allowance. This means that individuals in this scenario will have an overall IHT-free allowance of £500,000.
Married couples and civil partners can inherit any unused allowance. This means that there is potential to pass on up to £1m before having to pay any IHT.
We have specialists within our Bigmore Wills & Probate business who can also offer tailored will writing, lasting power of attorney, probate services, and trust advice.
Please note: The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate tax advice, Trusts, Wills or some forms of Buy to Let.
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