You spend the first half of your ‘answer’ telling about a change in the law then about the status of gifts then about inheritance tax. None of which I asked about.
You then proceed to lecture me on what I’m asking about making ‘no sense’ and how it will trigger x and y etc etc.
Forgive me but since you know nothing about the circumstances I think that unhelpful. It is also an presumptuous insult.
Finally you talk about the ‘true capital gain’ position – a term that has no meaning without definition.
And then you issue your ‘advice’ in a paragraph that makes no grammatical sense.
That is quite aside from the numerous spelling errors that render half of what you say into meaningless goobledeegook.
What for example do these sentences mean –
‘the time out of the UK will not necessarily could’
‘there is every change HMRC will revoke this’
‘Gifts themselves and not liable to capital gains’
I wonder that you can issue advice without bothering to read what you have written to see if it makes sense.
Given the above I am not willing to pay you a fee.
I will instead try someone else.