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exempt transfers

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  • exempt transfers — Transfers resulting in no liability to inheritance tax. These are: • the first £3000 transferred in any tax year; • gifts to a spouse; • normal expenditure out of income; • small gifts, up to £250, to any number of individuals; • marriage gifts,… …   Accounting dictionary

  • exempt transfers — Transfers resulting in no liability to inheritance tax These are: • the first £3000 transferred in any tax year; • gifts to a spouse; • normal expenditure out of income; • small gifts, up to £250, to any number of individuals; • marriage gifts,… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • potentially exempt transfers — When an individual makes a gift to another person, the gift will usually be liable to inheritance tax only if the donor dies within seven years of making the gift. If the donor survives for seven years, the gift will be exempt from inheritance… …   Financial and business terms

  • exempt transfer of value — (for inheritance tax) England, Wales A transfer of value (broadly, a gift) made in lifetime or on death that is exempt from inheritance tax. For example, gifts to certain favoured beneficiaries (beneficiary) such as a spouses, civil partners and… …   Law dictionary

  • exempt transfer of value (for inheritance tax) — England, Wales A transfer of value (broadly, a gift) made in lifetime or on death that is exempt from inheritance tax. For example, gifts to certain favoured beneficiaries (beneficia …   Law dictionary

  • exempt legacies and transfers — Gifts during an individual s life or death ( i.e. by means of a will) which, by virtue of the nature of the gift or the recipient, are automatically exempt from inheritance tax. Examples include transfers between spouses, gifts to charities and… …   Financial and business terms

  • specified exempt transfer — England, Wales In the context of determining whether a deceased person s estate is an excepted estate for inheritance tax purposes, specified exempt transfers are gifts made to: the deceased person s spouse or civil partner, charities, political… …   Law dictionary

  • potentially exempt transfer — PET A lifetime gift made by an individual to another individual, or into an interest in possession trust that does not attract a liability to inheritance tax at the date of the gift. No charge occurs if the donor survives seven years after the… …   Accounting dictionary

  • potentially exempt transfer — PET A lifetime gift made by an individual to another individual, or into an interest in possession trust that does not attract a liability to inheritance tax at the date of the gift. No charge occurs if the donor survives seven years after the… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Tax-Exempt Special Savings Account — In the UK, the Tax Exempt Special Savings Account (TESSA) was one of a number tax free savings accounts. The TESSA was announced by John Major in his only Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1990 ( a budget for savings ). The TESSA was… …   Wikipedia

  • lifetime transfers — See potentially exempt transfer …   Big dictionary of business and management

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