- Do you care what happens to your dependent children, money, home, and other property after you die?
- No one has the automatic right to deal with your assets if you lose mental capacity
- Reduce your tax burden
Planning what will happen to your money and possessions will help ensure your loved ones are financially secure and the people you want, receive an inheritance from you.
Apart from deciding how to leave your estate in your Will, there are other ways you can look after your survivors. The term estate just means everything you own such as land, property, money as well as personal possessions.
Estate planning involves:
- Reducing or eliminating your tax liability
- Controlling what would happen in the event of incapacity or disability
- Making effective use of available tax reliefs and allowances to preserve your wealth
- Planning to control what happens to your estate after you die
None of us know what the future holds but with careful planning we can help safeguard your family finances.
'The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate taxation & trust advice, and levels, bases of and reliefs from taxation are subject to change and their value depends on the individual circumstances of the investor'