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Inheritance Tax and ISAs
Last update : October 2013
The tax exceptions for both Peps and ISAs extend only to income tax and capital gains tax, and not inheritance tax (IHT).

This means that the total value of your ISAs will be added to the overall value of your estate and tax will be levied on anything over the IHT threshold which at the time of writing is £325,000.

Sadly inheritance tax is levied on ISAs
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