Passing on pensions: Unravelling the complexities

Passing on pensions: Unravelling the complexities

Any unused pension on death before age 75 can usually be paid out free of inheritance tax (IHT), provided the pension trustees have discretion on who to pay. This discretion means that, although members can instruct the trustees to pay the preferred beneficiaries, the trustees ultimately decide.

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