Inheritance Tax West London
Inheritance tax West London
Are you concerned about the amount of inheritance tax your beneficiaries will pay?
If your assets already exceed £800,000, how much will they be worth by the time you pass on? The amount of tax your children will pay will be far too high. Some simple planning and action can avoid this.
As you are no doubt aware house prices in West London are increasing quickly.
We are specialist inheritance tax advisers near West London
At the Bluebond Group we specialise in estate planning and inheritance tax planning in West London, with over 16 years’ experience we will provide impartial independent advice in this area.
We offer a free initial consultation without obligation so that we can discuss our objectives and concerns and how best we can help you. We will also explain how our fees and services work.
Our offices are in Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire. We often travel to meet our clients so would be happy to visit you at your home in the area of West London.
We recommend you don’t delay with seeking advice, the ruling is that if you die within 7 years of putting the trust in place, your beneficiaries will possibly have to pay inheritance tax however if you die after this time our assets fall outside your estate and your beneficiaries will have no inheritance tax to pay.
Don’t delay, call or email us today.
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