What is Inheritance tax?
Inheritance tax is a tax on the estate of a person who has passed away. How much is payable is dependent on the value of the estate (money, possessions and property).
Inheritance Tax Rate
The standard rate of tax is 40% and is chargeable on the amount above the nil rate band of £325,000. If you are married or in a civil relationship, any unused nil rate band amount can be transferred to your partner upon your death. Since April 2017, a new allowance known as the residence nil rate band has been introduced and like the nil rate band, any unused allowance can be passed on between partners. For the 2020/21 tax year, this amount is £175,000.
As we make our way into the second quarter of 2021 and into the new tax year. Here is an update on the key changes that affect you as an employer and your employees.
This article highlights “National Minimum wage” from April 2021 along with changes to dividend allowance and pension.
We understand there are constant changes to the support available due to COVID-19. Here are key dates and changes to existing support for businesses.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) – Key Dates – extended
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced more changes to CJRS; here are the key dates.