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UK MNer aged 50 or over? Complete this survey about Inheritance Tax for the chance to win a £100 voucher.

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RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 12-Sep-16 14:51:38

We've been asked to find out about Mumsnetters' opinions on Inheritance Tax.

Please take a few minutes to fill this survey and you will be entered into a prize draw where one Mumsnetter or Gransnetter will win a £100 John Lewis voucher.

This survey is open to UK Mumsnetters aged 50 and over.

Complete the survey here.

Thanks and good luck with the prize draw!

wombattoo Mon 12-Sep-16 17:59:28

Done

ExcuseMyEyebrows Mon 12-Sep-16 20:10:26

Done

Findmuckery Tue 13-Sep-16 16:58:23

Completed survey

BIWI Tue 13-Sep-16 20:32:49

I've done it - but I couldn't answer this question with anything other than a 'don't know' because I didn't understand it:

"I think the Government should change Inheritance Tax so that more is taken from less rich estates than under the present rules (ie the Inheritance Tax threshold should be reduced)"

What on earth does this mean?!

BIWI Tue 13-Sep-16 20:33:25

Does it mean that more people should pay inheritance tax?

Done.

BIWI. Yes, I took it to mean that the point at which it kicks in is lower (the threshold is reduced).

PlymouthMaid1 Wed 14-Sep-16 17:13:22

done - yes that question means reducing the threshold so that less wealthy people also pay IHT.

RunnyRattata Wed 14-Sep-16 22:19:24

Done
And bugger - I must have misread that Q.sad
I wonder if it's deliberately worded in such an indirect way. <cynical>

ILikeThatSong123 Thu 15-Sep-16 08:47:39

Done.

GreenBudgie Thu 15-Sep-16 20:48:02

Done.

Done

shewhomustbeEbayed Thu 15-Sep-16 22:54:19

Done

shewhomustbeEbayed Thu 15-Sep-16 22:57:42

Done

dottygamekeeper Thu 15-Sep-16 23:01:58

done

Done

prettybird Sat 17-Sep-16 09:18:46

Completed. Although I did consider as I was doing so that dh would complete it very differently to me: he's paranoid about having money to leave ds/support ds when he is an adult whereas my view is that our job as parents is to being him up to be self-sufficient.

supersop60 Sat 17-Sep-16 16:58:59

done

NameChangeatFullMoon Sun 18-Sep-16 07:59:53

Done. But it struck me that it's a survey to provide "evidence" to support the lifting of the IHT threshold. All the qq seemed designed to stir up rage against IHT, and stop the Government wrenching hard-earned assets from our poor unprotected grannies.

Which is rubbish.

fuckingbusyorviceversa Sun 18-Sep-16 09:12:52

Done

prettybird Sun 18-Sep-16 21:19:43

I agree NameChange hmm but my answers will confound them

I know dh would've answered differently as he hates the concept of inheritance tax, but I don't grin

Done

lionheart Tue 20-Sep-16 16:49:25

I think it assumes that anyone over 50 has one foot in the grave and is therefore primarily concerned about their own children rather than that they might be considering these issues and questions from the perspective of someone who might inherit from elderly parents.

Janey50 Tue 20-Sep-16 18:21:11

Done.

Elphame Tue 20-Sep-16 22:46:38

Speaking as a IHT planning specialist - that survey is pretty poor!

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