Free seminar: Modern Inheritance Tax Planning – The very latest do’s and don’ts

Posted by: Nicola Macdonald, on October 19, 2016.

If you would like to find out how to maximise the new Main Residence Nil Rate Band, which is due to come into effect in April 2017, then do reserve your place on this seminar.

Along with the latest do’s and don’ts of Inheritance Tax Planning, we shall also be highlighting the important aspects that will affect your Inheritance Tax Planning that may arise from the new Chancellor’s Autumn statement on Wednesday, November 23rd.

Seminar details

Venue: Atlantic House, 8 Bell Lane, Bellbrook Industrial Estate, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1QL

Date: Thursday 1st December 2016

Time: Arrive 10.15 – 10.30 when coffee and tea is served. Seminar starts 10.30 and will finish at 11.30 with time for questions afterwards.

Refreshments and snacks served at 11.30 am.

Who should attend?

This seminar is relevant for individuals or couples with estates in excess of £1M. It will give you the very latest guide to what still works and what doesn’t work when planning to reduce your Inheritance Tax liability.

To reserve your place please email Sue Coupe or call 01825 76 33 66.


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