inheritance tax

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Synonyms for inheritance tax

a tax on the estate of the deceased person

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Tax experts estimate that the Inveraray Castle's trust status has saved the new peer almost Pounds 12million in estate duty.
The company has received an undertaking from the Minister of Finance in Bermuda pursuant to the provisions of the Exempted Undertakings Tax Protection Act, 1966, which exempts the ordinary resident in Bermuda from any Bermuda taxes computed on profit, income or any capital assets, gain or appreciation or any tax in the nature of estate duty or inheritance tax, at least until the year 2016.
Inheritance tax, or estate duty, was levied between 1953 and 1985
Duties in respect of succession to agricultural land, estate duty in respect of agricultural land, taxes on lands and building, advertisement, goods and passengers carried by road and on inland waterways.
Which current UK tax developed from Capital Transfer Tax, which replaced estate duty in 1975?
It was due to his efforts that the estate duty in India was abolished in the year 1985.
The second Fisher Labor Government introduced the Estate Duty Assessment Bill 1914 shortly after its reelection, following the outbreak of World War One.
Estate duty outside normal working hours (Monday-Friday 3:30 p.
The inheritance tax or estate duty is prevalent in many countries and can, over time, be a significant contributor to revenue.
International Trusts are also very attractive in Cyprus due to the significant tax planning opportunities they provide with full tax exemption on income, no withholding taxes, no capital gains tax on the disposal of assets and no estate duty (read more: http://www.
As the name suggests, its early years were spent on estate duty as a station wagon used for carrying staff and guests to and from the action during the grouse shooting season - a duty which also qualified the car for shooting brake status.