How to Use Trusts to Reduce Property Taxes
This special guide tells you everything you need to know about Trusts in relation to property and includes strategies on how trusts can be used to secure the future of property assets and minimise taxes.

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Contents include:

1. What Is A Trust?

1.1 Why Set Up A Trust?

1.2 How A Trust Is Created

1.3 The New 'Trust Register'

1.4 The Principal Roles

1.5 The Different Types Of Trust

2. Using Trusts To Minimise Income Tax

2.1 The Income Tax Charge

2.2 The Income Tax Charges On 'Discretionary' Trusts

2.3 Mortgages/Loan Interest

2.4 Income Tax Advantages And Disadvantages Of Each Type Of Trust

3. Using Trusts To Minimise Capital Gains Tax

3.1 The CGT Charge

3.2 Amount Payable And Date

3.3 Planning To Reduce The CGT Bill

3.4 CGT On The Cessation Of A Trust

3.5 A Problem Linked To Principal Private Residence Relief (PPR)

4. Using Trusts To Minimise Inheritance Tax (Part 1)

4.1 Qualifying Interest In Possession Trusts

4.2 'Discretionary' Trusts

4.3 The IHT Charge

5. Using Trusts To Minimise Inheritance Tax (Part 2)

5.1 ‘Nil Rate Band (‘NRB’) Discretionary’ Trust

5.2  IHT Planning On Death-Use Of A NRB 'Discretionary' Will Trust With Main Residence

5.3 The 'Residence Nil Rate Band' ('RNRB')

5.4 Agricultural Property Relief And Business Property Relief - Interaction With Trusts

5.5 The Basics Of Each Relief

5.6 Differences Between The Two Reliefs

5.7 Problems With Residential Farm Property

5.8 Trusts And Development Land

5.9 Clawback

5.10 The Impact Of BPR

6. Trusts And Minors

6.1 Creation Of ‘Exempt’ Trusts

6.2 The 'Settlement Rules'

6.3 Trusts For Bereaved Minors

6.4 ‘Age 18 To 25’ Trusts
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