Business Property Relief (BRP) Investments

Business Property Relief (BPR) is an established form of tax relief that gives people an incentive to invest their money into trading businesses. It was introduced in 1976 to ensure that inheritance tax wasn’t paid on small businesses. Shares in a BPR-qualifying business can be left to beneficiaries free from inheritance tax, provided they have been owned for at least two years at the time of death.

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