Valuing the deceased's estate: initial enquiries into assets common to most estates

When a person dies, the assets and liabilities of his estate must be valued for the purposes of inheritance tax. This note explains how to identify the assets which appear most commonly in an estate and the initial enquiries which should be made so that those assets can be valued.


 

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