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Is there is any way we can ensure our child gets our home and does not incur a vast inheritance tax bill? Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

My wife and I are both retired and we have one child whom we wish to give, by inheritance/or gift(...)

Ironically, in Irish law, while marriage does generally invalidate any previously drafted will, divorce does not.

(...) have wanted her former partner to benefit financially through any inheritance from her. The easy way to(...)

(...) have to pay Inheritance Tax. Is that correct? How much could myself and the other children receive(...)

The current tax free threshold on gifts and inheritances between parents and a child is €280,000, but this figure changes regularly

Answer: Tax on inheritance is always a prickly subject. Avoiding it – colloquially known as “estate(...)

You can receive up to €30,150 from a lineal relative (grandparent, uncle/aunt or sibling) free of tax

(...) is – an inheritance from your grandfather. You are entitled to receive a certain amount free of(...)

Gregor Johann Mendel (1822-1884), a priest, biologist and botanist, whose work laid the foundation of the study of genetics. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

(...) for farm boy Gregor Mendel, who discovered the fundamental laws of inheritance. Breeding farm(...)

Vodafone shareholders would have got one Verizon share for roughly every 39 shares  owned in Vodafone. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Vodafone/Computershare helpline on tel: 0818-300999. Inheritance tax and capital gain for Scottish family(...)

The United States’ Inland Revenue Service (IRS) imposes a 30 per cent withholding tax on dividend inTome from US-listed shares held by people who are not tax resident in the US

(...), at line 316. Inheritance tax and divorce I’m divorced. Since a child can currently inherit €280(...)

While the headline interest rate on your savings appears to be close to twice the money you are being charged on your borrowings, you need to remember that there are tax implications related to your inheritance

(...) part of 10 years to pay it off as it is. My brother and I are coming into an inheritance of €88,000 in(...)

If the gift is in straight cash, you run the risk of losing your welfare entitlement

(...) the current law on capital acquisition tax (or inheritance tax ) it is a voluntary disclosure tax and(...)

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