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Need help with IHT400?

Download your totally FREE Essential IHT400 Checklist now…

Download the IHT400 essential checklist for a template form to help you report the estate value



 

The Checklist answers pretty much everything you need to know about the inheritance tax account, including:

 

·      How to report the value of the estate to HMRC

·      How to calculate whether inheritance tax is payable

·      The calculation you need to determine the estate’s gross and net value, and how to work out the estate’s net qualifying value.

 

Get instant access to it now, absolutely free – just fill in the form now and we’ll send a copy straight to your email inbox.

           

Who should complete IHT400?

The executor of the deceased person’s Will is responsible for completing the IHT400 and submitting it to HMRC.

If there is no Will then the responsibility rests with the deceased person’s legal next of kin.

You can get the IHT400 completed for you by an expert if you don’t want to do it yourself. For details please email phil.weston@berkeleyweston.co.uk or call 0116 2795044.

What will the Essential IHT400 Checklist help me with?

Essentially, it guides you through the process, explaining what you need to do and in what order.

Here’s what the Essential IHT400 Checklist will help you with:

In short, the Essential IHT400 Checklist gives you a framework you can work through to complete the IHT400, and we’re happy to give you it for free.

To access the forms, and keep making progress on your IHT400, just fill out the form to get your free copy of the Essential IHT400 Checklist.



 

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