There are two types of forms available when a person dies and you need to file inheritance tax returns with HMRC:
Use this form only when the person died on or after 6 April 2011 and the person who has died (‘the deceased’) was domiciled (had their permanent home) in the UK at the date of death and the gross value of the estate for Inheritance Tax is less than or equal to:
Use this form (and various schedules) if the gross value of the estate exceeds
In all cases, keep a copy of forms and full records of the deceased’s estate accounts as HMRC cannot provide you with a copy at a later date.
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