Govt hints at future IHT reform

Commissioned research into IHT use

Hannah Godfrey
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Govt hints at future IHT reform

The government has hinted at reforming the current inheritance tax (IHT) system after commissioning research into the complex area.

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) commissioned the research on 22 November alongside the Budget to better understand the motivations, behaviours and attitudes underlying individuals' decision-making process...

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