31 July 2020
First fall in IHT receipts in over a decade likely to add pressure to calls for tax reform
Commentary by Frederick Bjørn, Partner in the leading Private Client department at Payne Hicks Beach, on the first fall in a decade of UK inheritance tax receipts and the pressure this will add to calls for tax reform, first published in eprivateclient online on 31 July 2020 and reproduced with kind permission.
Frederick is an expert private client solicitor advising on a broad range of both UK and foreign clients on personal tax and trust issues. Frederick specialises in providing advice on: Wills and estate planning (including strategic succession planning for family businesses); tax issues relating to non-domiciliaries and cross border migration; all aspects of capital taxes planning; and the establishment and restructuring of onshore and offshore trusts.
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