capital transfer tax

= CTT
A tax introduced into the UK in 1974 to replace estate duty and to deal with some of the anomalies arising from it. The legislation introduced tax on lifetime transfers of money and assets as well as on the estate on death. In March 1986 capital transfer tax was replaced by inheritance tax

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