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inheritance tax

noun [C or U]
 
 
mainly UK ( abbreviation IHT, UK also death duty, US estate tax) TAX, PROPERTY
a tax paid on the value of the property, money, and other assets of someone who has died: If you are a UK resident, you are liable to inheritance tax on your assets worldwide. The proposals are intended to block inheritance tax avoidance schemes. to avoid/escape/reduce inheritance tax →  See also death tax
Translations of “inheritance tax”
in Chinese (Traditional) 遺產稅…
in Chinese (Simplified) 遗产税…
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