inheritance

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Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has decided not to proceed with tax changes on interest-free family loans. Photograph: Valeria Mongelli/ Bloomberg

(...) could eat into tax-free thresholds on inheritance. Known as the Bank of Mum and Dad, such low(...)

‘As to contesting a will, my solid advice is don’t.’ Photograph: Getty Images

(...) one expects to lose a child. And it can also complicate things as far as inheritance goes. The first(...)

My siblings have agreed to sell their share of the house to me at a very reduced rate.

(...) at odds with one another over matters of inheritance so it is good to have an example form the other(...)

‘I would see situations where parents have drafted a will, and given a copy to every member of the family.’ Photograph: iStock

James Bond (or at least the actor who plays him) might find the concept of inheritance “distasteful(...)

‘I would like to give €70,000 of my inheritance to my only brother who was not included in the will.’

(...) €70,000 of my inheritance to my only brother who was not included in the will. Should I consider a(...)

‘Your mother is trying to keep the family home in the family, I think, but trying to do it this way could leave everyone with a tax bill.’ Photograph: iStock

(...) category B exemption from capital acquisitions tax (better known as inheritance or gift tax). Category B(...)

Any decision to lend your daughter and her partner the balance of the cost of their home after mortgage refusal is not a matter for Revenue, just for you. Photograph: iStock

(...) your inheritance, and lack of any immediate plans for it, is fortuitous. And there is nothing to stop(...)

It is vitally important for people to make wills so that things are allocated as they wish rather than as the law dictates

(...) inheritance of my sister’s house which she bought immediately after her divorce in 2009 or 2010 (I think(...)

It is vitally important for people to make wills so that things are allocated as they wish rather than as the law dictates

(...) inheritance of my sister’s house which she bought immediately after her divorce in 2009 or 2010 (I think(...)

When is a relative not a relative? It becomes an issue when you come to inheritance

You write regularly about inheritance and explain that the amount you can get tax free depends on(...)

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