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this is a lecture from open tuition to.benefit from the lecture you should.download the free lecture notes from.open tuition com well enough for a.session together on inheritance tax IHT.as we call it we discovered that for the.majority of taxpayers their one and only.time that they would have contact with.the IHT system is sadly when they die.and that when they die there are two.main computations that need to be.prepared.there are firstly any lifetime transfers.made within the seven years before the.date of death that need to be.individually charged to IHT how do we.charge to i HT we have a main rate on.death of i HT or 40%.before we start to charge any such.transfers at 40%.we are firstly able to use up our.available nil rate band that mill rate.band currently three hundred and twenty.five thousand pounds and has been such.for many many years now that would.firstly be applied on a first-come.first-served basis on a chronological.basis against those lifetimes made.within the seven years before death we.spoke of transfers being made six years.before death four years before death two.years before death and the available nil.rate band of three twenty five used in.that order thus benefiting the earlier.transfers before the later transfers it.was that issue that made us point out.the concept that IHT is a cumulative.donor based tax.I either amount of any inheritance tax.that they become payable on those gifts.made two different people six years ago.four years ago two years ago that the.amount of tax that may be payable on.them is nothing to do with the recipient.of the two hundred thousand pound gift I.used a figure of two hundred thousand.you may recall and we'll do in the.examples coming up in a few minutes time.but the amount of tax payable on.whatever gift was nothing to do with the.recipient it was everything to do with.the DOE nor it was a cube.active donor based tax so the first.transfer used up any available nil rate.band onto the second transfer six years.ago to four years ago he's there any nil.rate band still available if so use it.the balance at forty percent tax the.third such transfer two years ago any.kneel rate band if not all the three to.five has been used than it's all at.forty percent so exactly the same gifts.made six years ago four years ago two.years ago could have very very different.amounts of tax the amount of tax had.nothing to do with the recipient it will.be as we will see though later the.recipient of their lifetime gifts where.those gifts become chargeable on the.death of the taxpayer because sadly the.taxpayer dies within seven years of.having made them although the amount of.tax to be paid is nothing to do with the.donee the recipient it is the recipient.the doli you will have to make the.payment of tax once we have dealt with.the lifetime transfers made within the.seven years before death it is then the.chargeable estate that we do with the.chargeable estate the listing of the.assets held by the taxpayer using an.evaluation rules we learned a couple of.such valuation rules here in section.three as you can see on the screen there.but we list them out and then having.listed them out the the acidy so if the.lifetime transfers made having then got.to the death estate listed out the.assets held we deduct from the many.debts or liabilities due and we'd also.then deduct any bequests that are exempt.which is basically anything you give to.your spouse or civil partner there now.we've mentioned about the available nil.rate band the next section of this.lecture deals with not just the main nil.rate band that we have referred to.during our first lecture.but there's gonna be another new nil.rate band we called a residence nil rate.band has come in purely from this tax.year 1718 onwards so we'll need to do.with that as well.let's look at the basic the available.nil rate band that every taxpayer.benefits from now the available in.vertical was there in the old rate band.he's deducted from the value of the.charge of estate the nil rate band.itself is 325 thousand as we know but.what we mean by the available new rate.that and as we just said is that three.to five reduced by the value of any.lifetime chargeable transfers made by.the deceased in that specific period.seven years before death the balance of.the estate is then taxed at 40% it then.starts discussed there about this new.residence new rate band more of that in.a moment so that the look at.illustration to where we have.illustration to the humorously entitled.departed a spinster that means that she.was never married a lady who never.married there sadly died on the 1st of.February 18 so dies within the 1718 tax.year leaving an estate valued at.Northpoint seven five million which.included and often the main asset of.value in your estate would be your main.residence that happened to be valued at.nought point 3 billions and three.hundred thousand pounds she had made no.chargeable transfers of value in.lifetime and now bequeath her estate to.be split equally between her nieces and.nephews spinster never married no.husband no spouse exemption therefore to.apply and no kids and that means that.well her nearest and dearest to repeat.nieces and nephews compute the IHT.liability arising as a result of Dee's.death and state the date by which the.liability should be paid again just me.look just up.here in relation to this note the IHT.liability has to be paid by the personal.representatives before they get letters.of probate there's a lovely term.allowing the estate to be distributed.but when is it due six months they're.after the end of the month in which the.taxpayer died the IHT suffered by the.beneficiaries it's not the personal.representatives who have to pay an tax.from their money they take them on the.out of the death estate so there is less.therefore to go to the beneficiaries so.that is they that suffer that IHT.usually someone will come back to this.term later the residuary legatee of the.estate is the person are usually the one.who suffers that that person is the.person receiving the balance of the.estate after any specific legacies have.been paid out don't worry about that at.this point in time.all we need to know at this point is.when to the personal representatives.have to pay six months after the end of.the month in which the death occurred so.we ought to compute the liability.arising as a result of Dee's death the.date by which the liability should be.paid when did Dee die first of February.18 six months after the end of the month.in which the death occurred six months.from the end of February well added.through fingers and pocket your.fingers out there and start adding.through that will take you through to.the end of August so to me the 31st of.August 18 at which date any IHT payable.will calculate that right now has to be.paid over to HMRC and it's paid by the.personal representatives they take the.money out of the estate and play that.over there is therefore less left within.the estate to go to the beneficiaries of.that estate the estate is a simple one.the chargeable estate at death state the.date of death over the first 18 what the.value of the net assets 750 right well.all of that 750 be charged at the main.rate of 40.and no it won't there had been no.lifetime transfers so the full nil rate.band is the available nil rate band it's.three hundred and twenty five thousand.at mill no tax to pay leaving out of the.seven hundred and fifty thousand four to.five that he's now pushed up into the.main rate band of 40 percent forty.percent on four to five is a formidable.amount of tax now to be paid on that.estate 170 thousand pounds the note you.do not know anything yet about the.residence nil rate band but something to.note for in a few minutes time when we.look at this the residence new rate band.is not available as the main residence.was not left to a direct descendent.children or grandchildren there only.then would it be available sadly d did.not have any children of her own.therefore or grandchildren it was going.to the nieces and nephews what we do.need to know who pays it the personal.representatives will be required to pay.the liability here a hundred and seventy.thousand pounds by the 31st of August 18.I II six months after the end of the.month in which the taxpayer died the tax.will come out of the estate and hence is.borne by the nieces nephews the so.called here residual egg --'tis so there.was assets worth 750 thousand pounds.left by D partied their tax on that.coming out of the estate 170 so 750 -.170 would be what five hundred and.eighty thousand pounds worth of a state.to go to the nieces and nephews personal.representatives pay the tax leaving a.balance after tax here if I think if my.mental fatigue is right 580 thousand.pounds to go to the nieces and nephews.the beneficiaries there okay now that.we've skipped over the residence nil.rate band and I'll come back to that in.a little while what a delight now like.to do.so as to again not have to worry for the.moment about another new rate ban coming.in the so-called residents new rate band.will move on to illustration hall to.cover something that we've spoken about.already in this lecture and we mentioned.extensively in our first lecture.together the illustration for asking the.one we've just done illustration two but.Dee had made a chargeable transfer a.value of two hundred thousand pounds in.June 15 in our first example she'd made.no lifetime gifts now a chargeable.transfer of value of two hundred.thousand in June fifteen compute the.liability arising as a result of Dee's.death because there are now or there is.a lifetime transfer there are two.computations that would be required the.first computation lifetime transfers.chargeable on death as the challengeable.transfer made in lifetime falls within.the seven years before the date of gift.their death of a perm June 15.competitors to February 18 this is.within the seven years before death it.will become chargeable as a result of.Dee's death but of course no problem it.falls within the nil rate band of three.to five remember we apply the new rate.band firstly to lifetime transfers and.as we'll see in a few more minutes time.we apply that on a strictly.chronological basis if there were more.than one lifetime transfer the earliest.the first one first within the seven.years before death it gets to use the.nil rate band before any later transfers.it will however fall within the door a.panda 3 to 5 in force at the date of.death or we use the new rate band in.force at the date of death when.completing any IHT do as a result of.death that figure though has been 325.thousand for many many years so no IHT.will be payable on that transfer because.200,000 days less than 3 to 5 but what.it will mean is that now we've used to.ran out of the 325 mil mate band so only.a hundred and twenty-five thousand of.the nil rate band now available in tax.in the estate at death so now the IHT.payable on the charge of the state will.be computed as follows.now I HT on death estate only one to.five remained you'd explain where the.one two five came from three to five nil.rate band less the two hundred thousand.used on the lifetime transfer made in.June 15 1 to 5 at nil now that pushes.more of the 750 thousand up into the.forty percent band.so now six hundred and twenty-five.thousand of the estate is taxed at 40%.pushing up the tax charge to 250 again.you can see this is a cumulative donor.based tax we have exactly the same.chargeable estate at death 750 but the.amount of tax payable on that is a very.different number it's gone up from one.hundred and seventy thousand to two.hundred and fifty thousand pounds there.simply because we had a lifetime.transfer made within the seven years.before death that as they have all used.200 of the 325 annual rate band now.there in illustration thought there was.only one lifetime transfer made of.course our tax payer may have been more.generous in lifetime and made two or.more transfers so let's just move on to.look at a note about these lifetime.transfers we've just been referring to.them as lifetime transfers but the type.of transfer we've been talking about the.transfers of value that we've been.talking about the gifts in lifetime have.been these potentially exempt transfers.which we can abbreviate so the acronym.bet there's a lovely term yeah we're all.pet lovers here potentially exempt.transfers.think about that name potentially exempt.transfer you know that when a gift is.made in lifetime to anybody other than.into a trust where again you may or may.not recall from the first session those.were very special those were kept.different those were kept separate.they were taxable when made in lifetime.but to any other individual other than.your spouse that is exempt they're a pet.potentially exempt transfer when you.make it there was no lifetime tax to pay.the only time you would have to pay any.tax on a lifetime transfer was if the.taxpayer the donor died within seven.years so when it's made it is.potentially exempt live for more than.seven years what was potentially exempt.when made will be exempt hence the name.when made it is a potentially exempt.transfer so a pet is a lifetime gift.made by an individual to another.individual this is other than your.spouse or civil partner that are exempt.transfers so they will never be.chargeable whenever you die with a pet.the original assumption is that the gift.will be exempt IHT therefore no IHT.liability at the date of the gift as.we've just said if the donor survives.more than seven years for making the.gift the pet becomes fully exempt and is.ignored for IHT purposes so that you.don't yet know that we've been talking.about a transfer of value we've been.talking here about a chargeable transfer.of value but actually when you make a.transfer in lifetime you might get some.deductions for representations against.that gift we'll talk about those later.at this point we've made a chargeable.transfer if the donor survives from more.than seven years from making the gift.that pet becomes fully exempt and is.ignored for IHT purposes.if sadly the donor dies within seven.years like in our example of a moment.ago where the transfer was made in what.June 15 and the taxpayer sadly died in.February 18 didn't last for seven years.didn't survive for more than seven years.therefore it became chargeable on the.death of the DOE nor age the T is then.payable at forty percent on what the.value of the gift less any available nil.rate band we had a gift of two hundred.thousand pounds and the nil rate band.was as you recall three to five thousand.so there was therefore no tax to pay on.it and it left 125 thousand a new rate.band to go and be charged against the to.be deducted from the estate at death so.to repeat in terms of a potentially.exempt transfer no immediate IHT.liability only becomes chargeable if the.dime donor dies within seven years of.making the gift that becomes charged.upon the death of the door and will then.be payable at forty percent on any value.of the gift over and above any available.nil rate band if the taxpayer did.survive for at least three years however.from the date of the gift so doesn't.last for seven years so it becomes.chargeable but if they had survived for.more than three years then any IHT.charge if there is any is reduced by.something called available taper relief.so what we have is a situation where we.if it taxpayer lives for more than seven.years then there is no tax to pay as a.result of their death on a gift made.more than seven years before they died.but imagine the situation whereby the.taxpayer lived for six years.three hundred and.sixty days after having made a lifetime.transfer and then sadly one day on the.way to work rather than being on the bus.there under the bus and therefore they.died such bad luck obviously such bad.luck for the individual but bad luck for.the individual who received that gift.six years three hundred and sixty days.before the death now of the taxpayer.because that's within seven years it.would become chargeable it would seem.harsh.therefore for a full tax charge to arise.where that individual so nearly made it.in terms of their gift to more than.seven years from the date of death so.what happens is we have a taper relief.that if the taxpayer survives for at.least three years but not seven though.the pet becomes chargeable the amount of.tax that may be payable is reduced by a.scale it's getting given to us in terms.of our tax rates and tables but again.the taper relief will apply to reduce.any tax charge more of that later let's.see how we deal with cumulative.transfers as illustration for but this.time D had made two chargeable transfers.in lifetime each of two hundred thousand.pounds the first in June 15 the one that.we had before and now a second one in.August 16 and we got to compute the IHT.liabilities arising as a result of DS.death so as Dee has made bail upon it as.deers may know to lifetime transfer.those both of these to various.individuals in lifetime we've labeled.them as parts potentially exempt.transfers has made pet within seven.years of the date of death these now.become chargeable Allah.with the chargeable estate and the IHT.maybe computed as follows.firstly what becomes chargeable and what.gets the use of the available nil rate.band we head up a computation lifetime.transfers chargeable on death go back to.the earliest such transfer there were.two of them the earliest in June 15 the.second the later in August 16 back to.that first transfer made within seven.years of the date of death of the.taxpayer date June 15 what is it it's a.potentially exempt transfer what was the.amount.I'll explain later this term gross.transfer but that's the language we use.it was two hundred thousand two hundred.thousand is entirely within the three.twenty five thousand nil rate band.therefore how much tax to pay no tax to.pay on to the next transfer second one.in August 16 again it is a pet that now.falls within the seven years of the date.of death so it becomes chargeable on.death we've already used up two hundred.thousand of the new rate band so the.available nil rate band for this.transfer is one hundred and twenty five.thousand at nil obviously no tax so out.of the two hundred thousand a further.seventy five thousand is pushed up into.the forty percent band 40% on seventy.five thousand is thirty thousand pounds.30,000 pounds of tax in total therefore.to pay that thirty thousand liability.will be paid by the donee of the gift.again although the amount of tax is.nothing to do with the donee look to.equal transfers of two hundred thousand.pounds apiece.there that one the first one fully.enjoyed the use of the nil rate band no.tax to pay the second one only had the.remaining one twenty five thousand of.the nil rate band thirty thousand to pay.different beneficiaries same amount of.transfer.the amount of tax nothing to do with the.beneficiary it is a cumulative donor.based tax.hopefully we got to see that now now.that we mentioned about that if there is.tax to pay that that tax may be reduced.by something called type a relief but.that is only if you survive for more.than three years from the date of the.transfer to the date of death.so as the August 2016 pet is less than.three years from the date of death that.was the first of every 18 remember there.will be no type of relief available here.to reduce the tax charge if we had.survived for more than three years but.less than seven less than seven it is.chargeable more than three it is that.the tax charge that Bou be reduced by.taper relief be very careful here tape.ability reduces the tax charge that is.the tax of thirty thousand it does not.reduce the amount of transfer that was.chargeable to tax taper belief reduces.the tax charge here there is none.because the DOE door did not survive for.more than three years from the date of.the gift now as the new rate band has.been fully used on the lifetime.transfers the entire chargeable estate.of 750 will be taxed at 40% giving.therefore a further liability of 300,000.then to be paid by the personal.representatives remember when will that.be paid it will be paid by six months.from the end of the month in which the.taxpayer died there but look again at.the amount of tax now payable on the.death estate but now there is no nil.rate band this time again all of our new.rate band has been used up by those.lifetime transfers there so okay take a.moment just have a look through the.examples that we have done here before.we.back and cover other issues that we've.skipped over so far as this basic.discussion of calculating tax on.lifetime transfers and on the death.estate is considered concerned just have.another little look at that please so.what we've seen so far therefore is that.when a taxpayer dies chargeability - i.HT will arise in relation to two.categories of transfer firstly and most.importantly firstly to compute is any.ihd payable on lifetime transfers made.purely within the seven years before the.date of death what we've seen is that.although the main IHT rate on death is.40%.there is firstly this incredibly.important nil rate band that applies we.have to know how it applies it applies.firstly to the lifetime transfers made.within the seven years before the date.of death and within that category if.there is more than one such transfer we.apply it on a first-come first-serve.basis so as we kept on saying if there.were transfer six years before death.four years before death two years before.the date of death then we would utilize.the nil rate band on a first-come.first-serve basis the earliest transfer.first applying firstly against the.transfer six years ago before four years.ago before two years ago having computed.the amount of tax that is then payable.ie have we gone above the available nil.rate band on those lifetime transfers.once we've dealt with those lifetime.transfers we then move to the death.estate and the content of the death.estate will then be taxed that.chargeable estate figure again using if.there is any any available nil rate band.so did the lifetime transfers within the.seven years before death exceed three to.five or not but if they didn't then any.remaining available nil rate band will.apply to the death estate and the.balance will be taxed at 40% they're so.incredibly important to know how to.apply that nil rate band.and as we've seen it applies firstly.against lifetime transfers and then only.some is left over against the death.estate but frequently of course and.usually of course within the death.estate will be the deceased the.individuals their main residence their.home and it's often been said how harsh.it is then that where that death estate.is charged to tax possibly the main acid.within it being the family home the main.residence there have then potentially.huge amounts of tax become payable such.that maybe the kids if they are the.beneficiaries of the family home on the.death of the taxpayer may have to.actually sell that property in order to.pay the tax that is due there on so done.being saying that something should be.done in this situation where within the.death estate the main residence is being.left to a direct descendent the children.or then the grandchildren that may be a.further deduction of further nil rate.band should be available purely against.the value of that main residence that.property and so it is therefore that we.now see here in the notes that new to.the 2017 18 tax year the individuals.dying from the sixth of April 17 there.is this additional residence nil rate.band so we've had the nil rate band.we're not talking very specifically.about this new one the residence nil.rate band that's not a huge figure but.any amount is welcomed and it is a.hundred thousand pounds in 2017 18 and.destined to go slightly higher in future.years but for us it's a hundred thousand.pounds and this residence new rate band.is only available where a main residence.is held within the death estate so a.number of things need to combine.together.for this residence nil rate band to be.available now it's only available in.relation to where we have the main.residence and you will be told the.examiner has stated that a question will.make it clear if the residence nil rate.band is available therefore you should.assume that the residence nil rate band.is only available if there is mention of.a main residence so it's only available.we got a main residence held within the.death estate and it is inherited by.direct descendants children or.grandchildren that was why in.illustration to here as we mentioned the.residence nil rate band was irrelevant.because it wasn't available as the main.residence was not left to a direct.descendent where had it been left to.nieces and nephews nieces and nephews.those are the kids of the individuals.brothers or sisters there they are not.direct descendents of the individual.only children and grandchildren are the.direct descendants and it is only where.such a property is in the death estate.and is left bequeathed as we say to the.children or grandchildren only under.those circumstances is this additional.this residence nil rate band available.this extra 100,000 pound deduction for.the value of that property now the value.of the main residence is after deducting.any repayment mortgage or interest only.mortgage remember we do not deduct any.endowment mortgages there again.something we mentioned at the end of our.first session together any such.repayment or interest only mortgage.secured on that property if a main.residence is valued after deduction of.voltage at less than the available.residence bill rate band so less than a.hundred thousand pounds then the.residence nil rate band is reduced to.the value.the residents it's only applicable to.the residents go against any other.assets so if the net value of that main.residence to include within your.chargeable estate at death is less than.100,000 then your residence new rate.band will fully cover that and we're.restricted to that figure in relation to.therefore our calculations now in.illustration two we were dealing with.someone who was never married and who.left their estate to their nieces and.nephews the children of their brothers.or sisters there we now move on from.that to consider here in illustration 3.that if our hero remember D if she was.married at her date of death and left.her entire estate to her children then.as her main residence was left to her.direct descendants the residence nil.rate band would also apply so that IHT.would now be computed as follows right.if we look back to what we said in.illustration - then we got of 750,000.0.75 million estate.and that included her main residence.valued at 300,000 pounds now again if.that's included within the death estate.which it is that 300,000 that naught.point three million would be after.having deducted of course any mortgages.repayment or interest only mortgages.that's the net value of that now clearly.that is more than 100 thousand pounds so.the full 100 thousand pounds residence.nil rate band would be available so now.against the chargeable estate of 750,000.we would have both the normal nil rate.band 3 to 5 and we'd have the hundred.thousand residents new rate band because.the main residence net value in the.estate three hundred therefore being.left to direct descendants we get the.hundred thousand additional.residence nil rate band so it now got a.grand total of four hundred and twenty.five thousand pounds of mill rate band.to apply that therefore means that only.three hundred and twenty five thousand.of the seven hundred and fifty thousand.remains and on that basis therefore we.can reduce down the tax charge to 130.thousand that's an extra 40,000 pounds.of tax saved as a result of the.residence nil rate band they're not that.it would normally be an issue in terms.of any exercises that you have to do but.in terms of their being now two nil rate.band potentially available against the.death estate the normal nil rate band.and the residence nil rate band it is.the residence new rate band that would.be applied first but again do understand.the residence nil rate band is only.available if the main resident is in the.death estate and is being left to a.direct descendent child or grandchild.there your normal nil rate band is.applied firstly against any lifetime.transfers made the residence new rate.band is not applied against any lifetime.transfers only if the main residence is.in the death estate only in the death.estate then we get the residence new.rate band only if left to a direct.descendent but you main new rate band.the nil rate band of three hundred.twenty five thousand that would be.applied firstly against any lifetime.transfers then only any balance that.remains from it so only flight time.transfers in the seven years before.death are less than three hundred twenty.five thousand total would any of that.meal rate band be available also to go.against the death estate here Anila.station three there were no lifetime.transfers so the whole three to farm it.is available as well as the hundred.thousand residents nil rate.so look back through all of the examples.we have done so far before we see you.again in our next session and we'll deal.with the final issues pertaining to the.application of these to nil rate band it.is an area that has become far more.interesting as a result of the.introduction of the residence nil rate.band and this is likely therefore that.as now the exams in this year it is the.first set of exams that could ever test.that residence nil rate band that it is.going to be tested again it is it likely.to be tested it's a very likely area.either within section a in terms of a.specific objective testing question.covering involving the residence nil.rate band or as part probably of a.section B question where we're most.likely to find the exercises in relation.to IHT so check so all of that make sure.you're comfortable with it before.rejoining us for our next session.together.

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Which ITR form should an NRI fill out for AY 2018–2019 to claim the TDS deducted by banks only?

ITR form required to be submitted depends upon nature of income. As a NRI shall generally have income from other sources like interest, rental income therefore s/he should file ITR 2.

How do I fill out the IIFT 2018 application form?

The IIFT application form process is in online mode only while to make the payment, candidates can opt for the online as well as offline mode. The end date to submit the IIFT application form has also been extended till September 15, 2017. Check the steps to register for IIFT Application Form 2018 .

How do I fill out a CLAT 2019 application form?

How do I fill out the college preference form of the CLAT 2019? If you are AIR 1 and eligible for admission to all 21 NLUs, which one would you prefer? That is your first choice. Your first choice is not available. Out of the remaining 20, you are eligible for all 20. Which one will you prefer? That is your second choice. Your second choice is not available. Out of the remaining 19, you are eligible for all 19. Which one will you prefer? That is your third choice. Repeat the process till you have ranked all 21 NLUs. All the best.

Which ITR form should an NRI fill out for AY 2018–2019 for salary income?

File ITR 2 and for taking credit of foreign taxes fill form 67 before filling ITR. For specific clarifications / legal advice feel free to write to dsssvtax[at]gmail or call/WhatsApp: 9052535440.

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