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Invest with the government's savings scheme on the National Savings and Investments (NS&I) website
…NS&I (National Savings and Investments), a state-owned savings bank in the UK, offers Premium Bonds and a range of other savings and investments, including Direct Saver.
Buy Premium Bonds on the National Savings and Investments (NS&I) website
Use the IHT406 with form IHT400 to give details of any National Savings Investments, Premium Bonds, bank or building society accounts that the deceased held in their sole name that were in credit at the date of death.
Working out and paying Capital Gains Tax (CGT) if you sell shares, claiming tax relief
Value the estate of someone who's died so that you can get probate: report the value to HMRC, work out any tax
You do not pay tax on your savings interest if you're on a low income.
Types of ISA available, the tax-free ISA allowance, withdrawing money and transferring ISAs
Consultation on changes to the Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) accreditation process.
Self Assessment tax returns - deadlines, who must send a tax return, penalties, corrections, paying your tax bill and returns for someone who has died
Apply for an Investor visa (Tier 1) if you want to invest £2,000,000 or more in the UK - eligibility, fees, extend or switch, bring your family
Use the IHT410 with form IHT400 to give details about any life insurance policies, annuities or investment bonds that the deceased made regular monthly or lump sum payments on.
National Insurance - your National Insurance number, how much you pay, National Insurance rates and classes, check your contributions record.
Housing Benefit or Local Housing Allowance (LHA) - rates, eligibility, claim form, calculator, appeals, 'discretionary payments'
How the death of your husband, wife or civil partner affects your benefits, tax and pension. What you can claim and who to tell about your change of circumstances
What Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is, how to work it out, current CGT rates and how to pay
How to become and act as a Court of Protection deputy - eligibility, responsibilities, how to apply, fees, supervision and when your deputyship ends
To undertake regulated financial activities, you must be authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Guidance and an application form for the accreditation scheme for social impact bond contractors eligible for social investment tax relief.…
Manage the finances or property of a missing person, someone kidnapped or taken hostage, or in a foreign prison and not able to communicate. Apply to the High Court to be a guardian. You'll need a guardianship order.
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