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    Inheritance tax - General principles - Transfers of value - Exempt transfers - b. Both in lifetime and on death - Gifts to UK charities and registered clubs - 55390

    A gift to a charity is an exempt transfer provided that the property transferred becomes the property of the charity, or is held on trust for charitable purposes. A charity is defined using the standard...

    IHT planning: maximising relief for charitable giving

    A client has asked for advice in respect of inheritance tax (IHT). They have expressed an interest in charitable giving. How can this help, and how can a little-known quirk of the rules mean...

    Charitable gifts can reduce IHT

    Since April 2012 a reduced rate of inheritance tax applies to estates which include gifts to charity. What steps should you take to ensure that your estate will benefit?

    Increased tax relief on charitable gifts

    Increased tax relief on charitable gifts.. Tax relief oversight. HMRC’s consultation about capping income tax relief on charitable donations is a hot topic, and the national press is still...

    Tax break for charitable gifts

    In this year’s Budget the Chancellor announced a 10% reduction in the Inheritance Tax rate for those who leave money to charity in their will. But could you use this tax break to make your...