How to Pay Zero Inheritance Tax Review

| January 17, 2011 | Reply

Product Name: How to Pay Zero Inheritance Tax

Author: Nigel Rickman

Company Name & Contact Details:
Agora Lifestyles
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Walton Road,
PO6 1TR.

Price: £29.99

Money Back Guarantee: 90 days

What Do You Get?

– 68 page book

Where To Buy: No Longer Available

Brief Summary:

The How to Pay Zero Inheritance Tax book by Nigel Rickman is a step-by-step guide that reveals the loopholes the Government has overlooked in Inheritance tax laws. You’ll learn every aspect of estate planning and every tax break the Inland Revenue allows.

What’s It All About?

How to avoid paying inheritance tax is something that everyone should seriously consider. If you pay tax all your life you shouldn’t have to pay a further tax when you die.  

Anyone with an estate over £325,000 would have to pay the tax. At the time of writing there doesn’t seem to be any plans to increase that level.

This means if your house alone is worth more than that sum you could be liable to pay up to 40% of your estates worth upon your death. This payment would go to the government as inheritance tax. 

Although the threshold of £325,000 seems high with the rising house prices of the 1990’s and 2000’s many houses are now in this bracket, so more people than ever are at the risk of paying inheritance tax upon death.

This guide says that it can easily and simply reduce or eliminate any tax payment that could be due. 

Do I Need Experience To Make This Work?

The guide covers a complex subject in tax and tax planning. You do not need to be an expert to understand this guide and you should be able to get a good idea on steps you can take to reduce your tax liability.

Does It Live Up To The Claims In The Promotion?

The sales claim on this one is that David Cameron is trying to take £40 in every £100 that you earn. This is accurate because the government can upon death tax an estate 40% above the current threshold.

The angle that David Cameron is personally taking this is a little misleading, it is any government past and present that has included and continue to include these taxes. 

The other claim is that you can legally and ethically reduce or eliminate completely any tax due upon the death of you or a loved one. This seems to be accurate as the book describes many measures you can take to legally prevent paying tax upon your death.

The guide also explains many loopholes that you can look at to reduce your tax payments.

Whether you could completely eliminate any potential tax burden I’m not sure, only someone who is a trained tax consultant could tell you if the information in the guide could do that.


Many people state that inheritance tax is an unfair and unjustified tax by governments. You work your whole life paying tax via income, purchases and many other ways.  

Then upon your death the government by law can tax you a further 40% of your estate if you haven’t taken prevention against their measures.  

This isn’t tax avoidance and isn’t illegal, what you are doing is taking tax planning advice to ensure that you are claiming all the relevant tax breaks available to you. 

Often the death of a loved comes unexpected so I can see how planning the necessary legal aspects of an estate could be difficult and easily overlooked.

But some simple measures can ensure that you plan adequately in advanced. A little planning now, no matter how old you are, could easily save your loved ones the burden of sorting out your estate and losing up to 40% at the time of your death.

For me the piece of mind that planning now, like you would with a normal will, is a responsible way to ensure your dependents are not left with worrying about your wealth and their inheritance when you are dead.

This guide is cheap and you get a good period to review and refund if you find its not suitable. The report is the first step in showing you what is possible and how to go about it.

You will need to spend more money in getting the necessary legal paperwork signed up and sorted out but this guide will cut the cost of unnecessary law advice beforehand.

Overall the small price paid now could save your family more money later.

If you’ve tried this product or have any experience of Inheritance Tax Guide then please leave a comment below.


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