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In this webinar, a panel of experts discuss how working together as a team they can help you organise your wealth to ensure you enjoy your retirement years, leave your family a financial gift and leave a donation to charity in your Will, if that’s what you’d like to do.
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Understanding who you want to leave your money to and who will benefit is a great starting point for any financial planning. But as more people are wanting to leave to charity, it's vital to take advice on how to structure your estate and understand which assets are accountable for inheritance tax*. Passing on wealth needs to be well considered and planned, and your Will* is important to ensure your wishes are followed through to best effect.
In most cases, you will not pay inheritance tax if your estate is worth less than £325,000. The same will apply if you leave anything above this threshold to any of the following your spouse, civil partner, a charity or a community amateur sports club.
It’s possible to pay a reduced rate of 36% down from 40% inheritance tax on some assets if you give 10% or more of your estate to charity.
Everyone’s situation is different, so it’s essential to understand all available options before making a final decision. This is where Ascot Lloyd comes in; one of our financial advisors can talk you through these options and answer any questions.
Discover your options today by contacting your Ascot Lloyd Financial Adviser or by booking your free, no-obligation callback by completing the form below.
Book your free, no-obligation callback with an Ascot Lloyd Financial Adviser by completing the form below.
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*The FCA does not regulate wills and inheritance tax planning