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The Inheritance Tax Loan

The Inheritance Tax loan is a product that can help executors with estates where there is an Inheritance Tax (IHT) liability to pay but no funds available.

Many estates in the UK are ‘locked’ because the executor, who in most cases is responsible for paying Inheritance Tax just hasn’t got the funds to do so. Add to that the fact that often the executor is not a beneficiary – not paying the Inheritance Tax means the entire process will be held up for those who might need their inheritance sooner.

There is a solution……

  • No upfront payment

  • No ongoing monthly repayments

  • No early repayment fee

  • Competitive rates at 1.5% per month

The Inheritance Tax loan is a product that is available to an executor who has an inheritance tax bill to pay and means you can get the funds quickly. It isn’t a traditional bank loan.

The inheritance tax loan means the executor can take out a loan to pay the tax out of the estate proceeds:

  • The tax bill is settled directly with HMRC by the lender
  • There doesn’t need to be a Will
  • No personal liability, no charge on property
  • No monthly repayments
  • Once the Grant of Probate is issued, estate funds can be used to repay the loan

A recognised and regulated administrator e.g. solicitor or practitioner must be instructed before the monies can be released. If you don’t have a solicitor or practitioner, please your can find a solicitor via the probate network.

Representative 22.0% APR

More Information: If you would like more information about this product, please get in touch by completing the contact form below. A finance professional will be in touch shortly.

For an overview of probate related financial products please visit: Probate Loan

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