October 29th, 2013
New IHT provisions in 2013 Finance Bill
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The Finance Bill proposes to legislate for the provisions announced in Budget 2013 and introduces some new measures. The following guidance note shows the practical effects of the new IHT provisions in Finance Bill 2013.
The guidance note New IHT provisions in Finance Bill 2013 looks at some of the practical effects of the new IHT provisions in Finance Bill 2013:
- an increase in spouse exemption for transfers to non-UK domiciled spouses and civil partners
- the ability to elect to be treated as domiciled in the United Kingdom
- restrictions on the deduction of liabilities for IHT