Inheritance Tax Solutions - Estate Transfer Bond
How can I protect my capital from IHT with some immediate saving plus retain control and have access to an income?
- Mr and Mrs Giles estate exceeds the IHT free amount by £1.35m
- Their pensions and savings are sufficient for future needs
- Mr and Mrs Giles are wary of giving up access to income and capital
- They would like additional income for discretionary spending
- They wish their estate to pass equally to their two children
- If they do nothing their IHT bill will be £540,000 (approx. 27% of assets)
- Recommend they invest £500,000 in a joint life Estate Transfer Bond (ETB) with 5% of policies maturing each year
Benefits from advice given
- IHT planning started immediately but they retain access to income
- Annually, they have access to approximately £25,000 "income" to fund discretionary spending as required
- Monies not required can be deferred to a later date
- "Income" can continue on first death
- On second death ETB vests and cash proceeds paid tax efficiently to beneficiaries
- Growth outside estate
- Immediate IHT saving of £132,726
- IHT saving after 7 years - £200,000
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This example is for illustrative purposes only, based on current legislation and tax allowances. Tax rules and regulations are subject to change.