UK Tax Questions? Ask a UK Tax Advisor for answers ASAP
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Recipients of legacies in the UK don't generally pay Inheritance Tax on them. Any IHT is usually paid out of the assets of the deceased esate with the balance being paid to the named beneficiaries. You don't need to report your inheritance to the UK tax authorities but you should keep any paperwork you have so that you can prove where the money came friom if you are asked. In the UK, this type of tax should be called Estate Tax because the name Inheritance Tax infers a tax liability for the receipient. Take a look here for information on IHT.
As you are non-UK domiciled, you have the choice as to what you pay tax on in the UK. You can choose to pay tax on your worldwide income with credit being given for foreign tax paid on the same income or you can choose to pay UK tax only on foreign income you bribng into the UK as well as on your UK income. This is called the remittance basis of assessment and you can read about it in section 9 here.
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.