9.2.1 Overview

Typically, an excepted estate is an estate where there is no inheritance tax to pay. However, even if there is no IHT to pay, the estate may not be an excepted estate, in which case form IHT 400 requires completion; this occurs where, for example, the whole of the estate passes to the surviving spouse but exceeds £1 million.

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