Why choose Howden Life & Health for Inheritance Tax Insurance?
Here at Howden, we pride ourselves on doing the heavy lifting, so you don’t have to. Thanks to the great relationships we have with our selected panel of standard and specialist insurers, the Howden Life & Health team make the process of comparing multiple inheritance tax insurance policies, on your behalf, simple and easy. What’s not to like?
As an insurance broker we also know that each policy needs to be as individual as its owner, and that’s why we provide a personalised, tailored service, focused on getting to know you and learning more about exactly what you want from your inheritance tax insurance.
Ultimately, whether you need to make a claim, purchase a new policy, or renew an existing one, just know that we’re here to help.
Benefits of working with Howden Life & Health:
- You can trust us – we’re rated Excellent on Trustpilot
- Personal service from professionally qualified advisors
- An outstanding FCA compliance record
- Competitive solutions to for all budgets and affordability
- Supported by the largest panel of Life & Health insurers in the UK
- Knowledge of underwriting and medical conditions
Howden Life & Health Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority No. 176392. Registered in England and Wales under company registration number 3040737. Office address: Howden Life & Health, Ageas House, The Square, Gloucester Business Park, Brockworth, Gloucester, GL3 4ZP. Registered Office: 1 Creechurch Place, London, EC3A 5AF. Calls may be monitored and recorded for quality assurance purposes.
What is Inheritance Tax Insurance?
Inheritance tax insurance is a type of life cover designed to help beneficiaries, whether it’s a spouse, sibling, friend, or anyone else, cover the cost of inheritance tax that may be due on anything you own as an ‘asset’ after your death. An asset might be some saved money, a property or an entire estate.
When you pass away, the insurance company pays out the coverage amount to the beneficiaries you choose, and they can then use the proceeds to cover the inheritance tax liability on the asset.
With that, you can have peace of mind knowing that those you care about have the necessary funds to pay the inheritance tax without having to sell any of their own assets or deplete their inheritance.
Bear in mind though that every insurance company is different and will have their own definitions and terms and conditions you’ll need to be aware of. If you ever want to discuss your options and need help deciding which inheritance tax insurance works best for you, get in touch with a member of the Howden Life & Health team and they would be happy to help.
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