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Read our articles on inheritance tax and find out we can help you manage IHT.

Wealth planning for the year ahead

Read some of our wealth planning tips to help you plan for a successful financial 2021 and beyond.

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Post-COVID-19 Wealth Planning Guides

The impact of COVID-19 will be felt for years to come. As we adjust to a ‘new normal’ our wealth planning experts set out how and why your plans may need to adjust to protect your financial future.  

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Post-COVID-19 tax planning: what can I do to mitigate any tax rises after COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a global tragedy. The human costs of the disease have been profound, widespread and life changing. Of course, there are more important issues at stake than taxes and wealth planning. Yet for many people, having survived the crisis, these will become the most pressing things on their mind. How will their income be affected?

 

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Post-COVID-19 wealth planning: Care home costs are alarming. Are you really prepared?

Although we all know the cost of care in later life could be significant, few people realise the true extent of care home costs, nor do they adequately plan how to pay for them. Having a comprehensive wealth strategy in place can ensure you are financially prepared should you require long term care in the future.

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Transferring wealth to the next generation – what to consider

How do you want your children or favourite cause to benefit from your wealth? How can you ensure your wishes will be fulfilled? Even if you have plans in place, are your heirs prepared? Here we explore how you can make sure your money is transferred to the next generation as you would wish.

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Calculating inheritance tax with our simple IHT calculator

When you die your inheritance tax (IHT) is charged at a rate of 40% on the value of your estate over and above the nil-rate band of £325,00

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