Inheritance tax return
We help heirs and executors by properly preparing their inheritance tax return
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Do your own inheritance tax return or outsource it?
Many heirs pay more inheritance tax than necessary. This is because inheritance law is complex and every situation is unique. Do you want your tax return to go smoothly? Our tax advisors can prevent you from paying unnecessarily high inheritance tax and guide the process in the right direction.
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When to file your inheritance tax return?
If you receive a letter of notification for the inheritance tax, then you must always file a tax return. If you do not receive a letter, but you have inherited more than the legal exemption that applies to you, then you are also obliged to file a tax return. Then you are also obliged to submit an inheritance tax return to the tax authorities.
Did you know that heirs regularly receive an unnecessarily high assessment? This happens, for example, if:
Determine the most favourable interest rate for the claim on the surviving parent
If the first parent dies, the children will have a claim on the surviving parent. He or she will owe annual interest on this. Various factors determine which interest rate gives the best result from a tax perspective. That is why our tax specialists always calculate different scenarios.
Set the interest rate agreement for the claim in good time
Be alert to the term within which the above-mentioned interest agreement comes into effect. The Tax Authorities only recognise the agreement if you record it within 8 months after the death of the first parent.
Consider a settlement agreement after the death of the first parent
Many heirs have difficulty proving the value of unpaid child support after the death of the surviving parent. If this information is missing, you will miss out on deductions. Therefore, have a settlement agreement drawn up after the death of the first parent. This can also be done through us.
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Our tax advisors are regularly employed as:
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The convenience of multiple specialties under 1 roof
In addition to inheritance tax, as an heir you will have to deal with related questions. For instance about the executorship . Or about the income tax return for yourself or the deceased. Then our team is right for you. We have the right knowledge in house: including tax specialists, (notarial) lawyers and assistant accountants.
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Tip: reduce inheritance tax by making proper arrangements during your lifetime
Many people find it difficult to talk about their inheritance when they are in the middle of life. Yet, as a testator, this can save you a lot of tax dollars for your loved ones. That is why we advise to investigate while you are alive:
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Imagine how nice it is when the tax return for the inheritance goes well and smoothly. Are you looking for a tax advisor to take on this worry and help you with the executorship if you wish? Schedule a meeting now.