The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Inheritance & Intergenerational Fairness (APPG IIF) was established in February 2019 to promote understanding of the issues generated by inheritance and intergenerational fairness issues and to facilitate discussion on methods of reform.
STEP provides Secretariat support for the Group.
Next meeting date
The next meeting of the APPG IIF will be held virtually on Tuesday 21 July, 3pm-5pm. It will look at intergenerational fairness in relation to care home fee reform and how to fund long term care fairly and effectively. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join the meeting.
Review of the ‘Reform of inheritance tax’ report
APPG notes for meeting 23 June 2020 (DOCX 29KB) for meeting 23 June 2020
'Reform of inheritance tax' report
In January 2020 the APPG produced a ‘Reform of inheritance tax’ report with two major recommendations for the government to reform the current inheritance tax regime.
Interim recommendations May 2019
In May 2019 the APPG produced a paper with some interim recommendations which were submitted to the Office of Tax Simplification in relation to simplifying inheritance tax. The recommendations proposed a number of ways in which certain aspects of the current inheritance regime could either be removed or altered to remedy the current complexities. The paper was also copied to the Chancellor Philip Hammond who sent a letter in response on 24 May 2019. The APPG is currently working on a more comprehensive paper which it will submit to the Government in October 2019.
The paper and letter can be found here:
- All Party Parliamentary Group - Inheritance & Intergenerational Fairness (PDF 340KB)
- Letter from Philip Hammond (PDF 534KB)
We encourage Parliamentarians with an interest in issues relating to inheritance tax and intergenerational fairness to join the group
For more information please email the Secretariat at email@example.com
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