Unlocking Financial Joy: The Art of Gifting and Inheritance Tax Planning

If you’re concerned about managing your estate for Inheritance Tax, one of the simple ways to reduce your Inheritance Tax liability is to gift some of it away before you die. And with the festival season fast approaching, it’s a chance to spread some financial joy, whilst reducing the value of your estate. Each year, […]

Deed of Variations – What are they and when would you use one?

The words “Last Will” often appear as standard wording for every time an individual writes up a new will, thus revoking any wills previously drawn up. However, this does not necessarily mean that the instructions set out in this will are not subject to change. There are many instances where a person may die without […]

Look after your financial wellbeing

As we age, we understand it’s important to look after our health and mental wellbeing, but it’s equally important to look after our financial wellbeing. What do we mean by financial wellbeing? The Money and Pensions Service explain it as ‘being financially resilient, confident and empowered’. Let’s take a look at those three criteria. Financially […]

Power of Attorneys and Why You Should Have One

In life, we make many decisions every single day, whether that is which way we drive to work, what we eat for lunch or what we buy when we go shopping. Although in life, not everything is within our control, the ability to make our own decisions certainly helps us to live our lives in […]

Death in Service Benefits and the Lifetime Allowance

Many of us in employment will be aware of a Death in Service benefit stipulated into our employment contract, usually three or four times our annual salaries, but every scheme and employer will differ. It is a valuable benefit that will help to ensure that our loved ones receive a lump sum in the event […]

Building Financial Foundations: Teaching Kids About Money from a Young Age

The ongoing debate about the importance of financial education for children is more relevant than ever. Surprisingly, research suggests that instilling good money habits should begin as early as age seven. A study from the University of Cambridge, published by the Money Advice Service (MAS), reveals that crucial financial habits are often established in these […]

Understanding the Implications of a Potential Inheritance Tax Cut

Inheritance tax has been a topic of debate for years, with recent rumours suggesting the government might consider reducing or even scrapping it entirely. Rishi Sunak is reportedly looking into phasing out the 40 per cent inheritance tax rate, with plans possibly revealed in the upcoming Spring Budget in March.   While this tax currently affects […]

CGT for Divorcees

Proposed Changes on Capital Gains Tax for Divorcees It’s universally accepted that most couples who get married go in hoping that their union will be, as the saying goes, “’til death do us part”. However, we know that this is not the case for everyone and unfortunately, many marriages come to an end for one […]

Ensuring your future is in trusted hands

We examine the importance of lasting powers of attorney when managing your financial affairs The prospect of suffering cognitive and physical decline is a less cheery aspect of later life – the impact on both you and those around you can be devastating. You may need to enlist the support of friends and family members […]

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