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residence nil rate band

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Re: residence nil rate band

Postby Andrew01 » Mon Jul 26, 2021 10:15 pm

Thank you Maths for your help

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Re: residence nil rate band

Postby kumar9 » Thu Sep 16, 2021 9:14 pm

To JHolm

''If none of the RNRB is used for the deceased parent, then the surviving parent can claim a 100% uplift to the available RNRB upon death, so the scope of using is not lost.''

Could you please expalin this with an example ?

If I die , not having used any RNRB, could my partner add £ 175,000 to her £ 325,000 ?

What if I die giving her my share of our home, held as tenants in common? If my 325,000 was titally unused during my life time ,
Will my wife get total allowance of £325,000 + £ 325,000 + 175,000 ??

Thank you

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