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The Government is considering launching a “Care Isa” which would be exempt from inheritance tax, in an effort to solve the country’s social care crisis.

At present, Isas are taxed at death, so people are incentivised to spend their savings as opposed to keeping them to fund their care, which is often needed at the very end of their life.

The Treasury has been reviewing proposals to include the Care Isa in the Government’s upcoming social care Green Paper, The Telegraph can reveal.

Under the proposals, Care Isas would be capped to reflect care costs and any amount unspent could be passed on to the holder’s family when they die.

It comes as exclusive figures reveal that more than 4.3 million people...

The Government is considering launching a “Care Isa” which would be exempt from inheritance tax, in an effort to solve the country’s social care crisis.

At present, Isas are taxed at death, so people are incentivised to spend their savings as opposed to keeping them to fund their care, which is often needed at the very end of their life.

The Treasury has been reviewing proposals to include the Care Isa in the Government’s upcoming social care Green Paper, The Telegraph can reveal.

Under the proposals, Care Isas would be capped to reflect care costs and any amount unspent could be passed on to the holder’s family when they die.

It comes as exclusive figures reveal that more than 4.3 million people...

The Government is considering launching a “Care Isa” which would be exempt from inheritance tax, in an effort to solve the country’s social care crisis.

At present, Isas are taxed at death, so people are incentivised to spend their savings as opposed to keeping them to fund their care, which is often needed at the very end of their life.

The Treasury has been reviewing proposals to include the Care Isa in the Government’s upcoming social care Green Paper, The Telegraph can reveal.

Under the proposals, Care Isas would be capped to reflect care costs and any amount unspent could be passed on to the holder’s family when they die.

It comes as exclusive figures reveal that more than 4.3 million people...

The Government is considering launching a “Care Isa” which would be exempt from inheritance tax, in an effort to solve the country’s social care crisis.

At present, Isas are taxed at death, so people are incentivised to spend their savings as opposed to keeping them to fund their care, which is often needed at the very end of their life.

The Treasury has been reviewing proposals to include the Care Isa in the Government’s upcoming social care Green Paper, The Telegraph can reveal.

Under the proposals, Care Isas would be capped to reflect care costs and any amount unspent could be passed on to the holder’s family when they die.

It comes as exclusive figures reveal that more than 4.3 million people...