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Put simply, reducing your estate reduces the tax, but many want to continue living in the family home or to keep their favourite possessions. Reducing the tax requires careful structuring, since your gifts will be ineffective for inheritance tax purposes if you "reserve a benefit" in the asset. Assets that do not carry relief on death need early and careful lifetime planning.
Key factors in successful inheritance tax planning are your Will and the use of Trusts.
There are various tax reliefs available on death, in particular for business and agricultural property, and our Wills and Trusts are structured to make the best use of them. For married couples spouse exemption plays a key role.