Inheritance tax: The loopholes to help protect YOUR money from dreaded death duties

Inheritance tax: The loopholes to help protect YOUR money from dreaded death duties

Ickworth House, Suffolk,  (by --CWH-- on Flickr) The house was built between 1795 and 1829, home of the Hervey family and later the Marquesses of Bristol.

Ickworth House, Suffolk, (by --CWH-- on Flickr) The house was built between 1795 and 1829, home of the Hervey family and later the Marquesses of Bristol.

at one time, the HPDH2 script had draco walking across the courtyard to his parents    until he saw that harry was alive    at which point he shouted "Potter", and ran back    across the courtyard    away from his parents    to harry | GIF

at one time, the HPDH2 script had draco walking across the courtyard to his parents until he saw that harry was alive at which point he shouted "Potter", and ran back across the courtyard away from his parents to harry | GIF

New five pound notes could make you a whopping £20,000. This is what you should be looking out for in your wallet.   \n

How much is your money worth?

New five pound notes could make you a whopping £20,000. This is what you should be looking out for in your wallet. \n

Key figures dip as Keeneland sale continues  https://www.racingvalue.com/key-figures-dip-as-keeneland-sale-continues/

Key figures dip as Keeneland sale continues

Key figures dip as Keeneland sale continues https://www.racingvalue.com/key-figures-dip-as-keeneland-sale-continues/

Weekend reading: FCA tackles asset managers in new report but investors are doing it for themselves

Weekend reading: FCA tackles asset managers in new report but investors are doing it for themselves

Apley Castle Salop, 1791, rebuilt 1820 lost 1955 due to 2x death duties in 1 year, insufficient wealth

Apley Castle Salop, 1791, rebuilt 1820 lost 1955 due to 2x death duties in 1 year, insufficient wealth

The rotunda at Ickworth, Suffolk. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

Sublime Ickworth

The rotunda at Ickworth, Suffolk. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

The Nelson family remained living on the 33-acre estate until 1946 when they were forced to sell up due to death duties and the cancellation of the annual Government Nelson Pension

Mansion gifted to Nelson's family on sale for £12m

The Nelson family remained living on the 33-acre estate until 1946 when they were forced to sell up due to death duties and the cancellation of the annual Government Nelson Pension

The Duke of Bedford shows the public round a bedroom in Woburn Abbey. Part of a scheme to help the Duke pay off death duties.

The Duke of Bedford shows the public round a bedroom in Woburn Abbey. Part of a scheme to help the Duke pay off death duties.

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