Alternative Investment Market (Aim) shares have mushroomed in popularity since August when the Treasury opened the door to let them into individual savings accounts (Isas). But many private investors are baffled by the key that unlocks inheritance tax relief (IHT) from Aim - Business Property Relief (BPR). Those who want to take advantage have two options: either swot up or pay someone else to.
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