U.S. advisors sometimes are confronted with situations in which a client owns residential real property in the United Kingdom. The question inevitably arises, “How will that property be taxed on my death?” The bottom line? Former planning solutions, such as owning that U.K. residential property in an offshore entity, may no longer avoid or mitigate U.K. inheritance taxes.
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