Case study: IHT and the pension transfer window

September 2016
Money Marketing;9/22/2016, p33
Case Study
The article presents a case study of inheritance tax (IHT) and the pension transfer window in Great Britain. It discusses some reasons for transfer and the rights under the lifetime pension benefits and death benefits. It emphasizes that the inheritance tax risks involving transfers when a client is knowingly in ill health.


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