Eight legal ways you can opt-out of Britain’s most hated tax
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Taxed for dying…
It sticks in the craw, doesn’t it?
You’ve paid your taxes all your working life…
You’ve given back tens, probably hundreds of thousands of pounds to this country.
Yet it doesn’t end there.
Even after you’re gone, some faceless bureaucrat is poised to bleed your family dry…
To take their cut of what you’ve left behind - for whatever hare-brained scheme the government are cooking up.
Of course, we all want essential services like hospitals and schools to get the money they need.
But too often our hard-earned cash seems to end up in all the wrong places.
Earlier this year, the government was slammed for wasting billions - £26.8 billion, according to the Independent… with huge sums lost “due to fraud and faulty personal protective equipment (PPE) during the pandemic, poorly-planned defence procurement and on private consultancy fees”.
That’s on top of tax-payer funded debit cards being used to pay for “lavish hotels, furnishings and booze” .
There were even reports of vegan ice cream in Uruguay, hampers from Fortnum and Mason and aqua tots swimming lessons in Panama !
Yet they’re always asking for more.
And the better you do – the more they take.
Today, under a Tory government, our tax burden is at a 70-year high.
Surely enough is enough?
You work hard, you want to make something of your life so that when you depart you can leave something to help your kids.
Yet before you’re even cold in the ground, the government are ready to take a cut.
All thanks to the most hated in the UK.
A recent poll suggests 72% of us are against Inheritance Tax (IHT) .
That’s because it’s a double whammy.
It’s money you have already paid tax on.
As one of those polled tweeted:
“The Government has spent more than it earns in 39 out of the last 45 years… maybe if they controlled their spending better we wouldn’t need to be taxed so much.”
Now, you might think that Inheritance Tax doesn’t apply to you.
Surely, it’s just a tax for the super-rich.
You imagine ‘death duties’ are something only owners of huge country estates have to face…
A tax that can wipe out substantial family wealth – in under six months.
A plotline for Downton Abbey perhaps, hardly something that will clobber you.
After all, back in 2007, didn’t the then shadow chancellor Mr Osborne pledge to raise the Inheritance Tax threshold to £1m?
That would have meant only millionaires would pay the levy under the Tories.
This is not the case today.
You only need assets of £325K to start being hit by Inheritance Tax.
As a nation we are paying more death duties than ever before.
According to Money Week:
“The Treasury is receiving record sums in IHT payments, with latest figures showing the tax grab is up by 38% since 2020.”
Last year, Inheritance Tax hit more than 41,000 grieving families.
Back in the 2009/10 tax year, the taxman raked in £2.4bn in Inheritance Tax receipts.
Since then it has more than doubled to £7.1bn.
You see, rapidly rising house prices has pushed more and more homeowners into the IHT trap – without many of them realising it.
And, according to estimates from the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank, that number could soar again by 45% within just a decade…
Which means around 60,000 estates could face the tax by 2033.
Now, consider yourself for a moment.
Tot up your savings, premium bonds, ISAs, pension plans and shares… then add in the value of your house.
My guess is your assets will stack up to much more than £325,000.
Not much, is it?
Kevin Pigden, who is 77 and lives in Colchester, fears Inheritance Tax is preventing him from selling his home and moving closer to his family in Sheffield.
He told the Daily Telegraph recently:
“I’ve worked since the age of 15, saving along the way and hoping to help my family. I live in a flat with a value of around £500,000 with savings of approximately £400,000 with a hefty Inheritance Tax bill looming.”
He worries about losing tax relief available for homes worth at least £500,000 if he downsizes.
“I’m trapped in my home, not wanting my family to lose the £175,000 allowance. This means I can’t move nearer to my son in Sheffield and I’m trapped in Essex. Totally unfair.”
Anyone with assets valued at over £325,000 are liable to a whopping 40% tax rate. That's £40,000 for every £100,000 of assets - straight to the taxman.
Money you have spent a lifetime building. The long hours at work, the effort and sacrifice…
Inheritance Tax attacks your loved ones AFTER you’ve passed away, when you’re powerless to help them.
In the worst-case scenario, it could leave those you care about struggling for money.
And the pain of losing a loved one and being faced with a potentially mighty tax bill doesn’t end there – the taxman wants this money fast.
He doesn’t care if those you leave behind are forced to sell the family home… he’ll only wait 6 months for his money – if it’s not paid by then he’ll start adding on interest.
Take Kathryn Price from Tyne and Wear. Her father was faced with a bureaucratic nightmare when his mother died two years ago.
“My dad recently had to sort out my grandmother’s estate…
“HMRC demanded an enormous amount of money up front - but most of the money was in shares, which were inflated at the time of death. Soon after, many of these dropped significantly in price, especially the one which was the biggest part of the estate…
“Thing is, a large part of this money overall has been allocated to family members – two of whom have significant learning disabilities. Two teenagers, my daughter and my nephew, who will never be able to earn any money to speak about. Life is never a level playing field – but is this money really better in the hands of a wasteful, profligate government, or in the hands of those who will be lovingly caring for disabled relatives for the rest of their lives.”
Which is why I am writing to you today.
You don’t have to put your family through this pain.
You can save them a lot of grief and money at what will be a stressful and emotional time anyway.
Did you know that with a bit of planning today, you can legally avoid a huge amount of IHT liability and let those you wish to benefit most from your legacy keep what’s rightfully theirs.
You see, with some sound planning, Inheritance Tax is largely a voluntary tax.
In our special report – Eight Legal Ways To Sidestep Inheritance Tax - you'll learn various methods you need to know about to help defend your assets against IHT.
You’ll learn methods of side stepping inheritance tax including gifts, transfers, trusts and various other tax breaks HMRC allows.
Within days of receiving the report and following its precise instructions, you could have started to dramatically reduce your tax burden and virtually eliminate all of your IHT liability.
I'll give you full details in a moment.
But first consider this...
Let's be clear from the start.
You're not doing anything wrong, unethical or illegal by using the tactics you'll find in this report.
You're not illegally evading tax. You'll be using legitimate avoidance techniques. In fact, the HM Revenue and Customs treats IHT as a 'soft tax' and permits many loopholes and exemptions.
And don't forget the most important point of all...
There's nothing wrong with keeping what's rightfully yours!
As I’ve said: you've already paid tax once - do you really want to pay TWICE?
Let’s just say you’re a basic-rate taxpayer, what you’ll pay in tax accounts for around a third of the money you earn.
Around 20% is taken from your income, through National Insurance and PAYE.
But then you get hit with the indirect taxes.
Your council tax likely went up in April.
Yet there still seem to be a lot of potholes, just waiting to shred your car tyres.
And you’ve had to fill up your car more regularly recently, because the train strikes mean you need to drive to work.
More than half of the cost of a litre of fuel is tax - with 36% fuel duty and another 17% of the cost being VAT.
Maybe you like to treat yourself to a bottle of wine to go with dinner.
Well, courtesy of Chancellor Hunt, it went up by 20% in the budget, the largest hike in wine duty since 1975.
And so it goes on…
Which begs the question: why should you pay all over again, just because you've worked hard and been successful in life? Why deprive your family and those who you would like your assets to go to?
The good news is you don't have to.
You can employ legal exemptions and loopholes to virtually eliminate all of your IHT liability.
So why not do something about it now?
With my report you can immediately take charge of the future of your estate and ensure that your wealth is passed on to the people and organisations YOU want.
You will discover Eight Legal Ways To Sidestep Inheritance Tax.
- For example, if you are sick of the city rat race; you might be interested in knowing how you can hang up your tie, return to nature – and reduce your tax…
- How, if you are not careful, you could be charged IHT pre-emptively, even though you haven’t died yet!
- And why it pays to be generous when giving your other half gifts
Look, I am not going to list them all here.
You can download the report later and read at your leisure.
It will detail the eight moves you can make – and most importantly, explain any risks that could be involved with each move.
But you will learn various loopholes, exemptions and little-known tricks HM Revenue and Customs will allow for legally slashing your tax burden.
We'll show you how to dramatically reduce your Inheritance Tax Liability.
But first let me explain who we are and why we are doing this…
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As the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson once said:
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