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inheritance tax

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Tax
inheritance taxinˈheritance ˌtax noun [uncountable]  PETa tax that you have to pay when you receive money or property from someone who has died
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inheritance taxInheritance tax Generally, the residence of a trust is not important for inheritance tax.Also, where there is property located outside the United Kingdom, no inheritance tax will be payable.Property left to a surviving spouse remains, as before, free of inheritance tax.At present, the first £128,000 of any estate is free of inheritance tax.As this is over the inheritance tax threshold, it would bring a tax bill of £4,800.Thus inheritance tax is concerned with gratuitous transactions. 5.
From Longman Business Dictionaryinheritance taxinˈheritance tax [countable, uncountable]TAX another name for ESTATE TAXWorks of art that are able to be viewed by the public are not subject to inheritance tax. tax
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