You may want to leave an inheritance to your loved ones when you die, but how much you leave and how much tax they’ll have to pay depends on how you manage your assets in the years before you pass.
Through careful inheritance tax planning you could reduce your inheritance tax bill significantly – many people can save a considerable amount.
What is inheritance tax planning?
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