The '14 year rule' that could surprise your heirs

Most of us know about the '7 year rule' that allows the tax man to 'claw back' a portion of the tax liable on gifts made less than 7 years before one's death as 'part of their estate'. However, there are circumstances where gifts and transfers made a much as 13 years before death can be liable to the estate tax. Here, we'll explore how that can happen, and what to do about it.

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The 7 year rule - how will it affect you?

As inheritance tax is an issue on many property investor's minds right now, we thought we'd explain 'the seven year rule, and how property tax is assessed when a gift of property is made less than 7 years before death.

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