Inheritance taxloophole for families of soldiers

Discussion in 'Finance, Property, Law' started by hong_kong_fuey, May 26, 2008.

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    For once this is an important thread from me -- not my typical nonsensical drivel. As it has been posted at 0006hrs it may not be picked up by many Arrse users. As such, I would welcome it if readers would bump the thread as and when needed so that all users of Arrse get a chance to read what may be very useful to them. I'll bump it anyway, if needed.
  2. Nice one. Makes a change to see something positive from the taxman for once.
  3. So if Puttees Senior walks in front of a bus, his estate will be exempt from Inheritance Tax, provided I can prove that if he had heard the bus, he wouldn't have walked in front of it? (Deaf due to loud bangs during WW2, with a pension to prove it).

    Just one little nudge is all it takes.... :twisted:

    Actually he's safe - he's under the threshold.
  4. Yes, I believe a bump would work as well as a nudge.