Tag Archives: BPR

Too much of a good thing?

Business property relief (BPR) offers relief from inheritance tax (IHT) of 100% (or 50%) on a transfer of value which is attributable to ‘relevant business property’. Unfortunately, not all unquoted company shares qualify for BPR. Certain company activities make the shares ineligible for relief, such as dealing in stocks or shares, land or buildings, or… Read More »

Another one bites the dust!

Inheritance tax (IHT) business property relief (BPR) is available to business owners if certain conditions are satisfied. BPR (at the 100% rate) applies to ‘relevant business property’ including a business or interest in a business. Unfortunately, not every business potentially attracts BPR, such as where the business consists wholly or mainly of ‘making or holding… Read More »

IHT and holiday lettings: A (rare!) business property relief success

Inheritance tax (IHT) relief at the rate of 100% is an attractive proposition. Business property relief (BPR) is available to business owners if certain conditions are satisfied. BPR at the 100% rate applies to ‘relevant business property’ including a business or interest in a business (in certain other cases, BPR is available at 50% instead).… Read More »