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At B2B Business Advisors Limited we can help people in the Milton Keynes area with inheritance tax planning and estate planning. Here are some useful pointers...
It is never too early to plan your estate. If it is large, it could be exposed to inheritance tax at 40%, and if it is small, advance planning can help you ensure that your assets will go to your chosen beneficiaries.
Estate planning begins with the following decisions:
A Will should also stipulate who is to be your minor child(ren)'s guardian. Although making a Will makes your decision legally binding, the Will can be amended any time you change your mind.
Start by completing the following survey. Every 'no' answer indicates an area where estate planning issues should be addressed.
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If you are in the Milton Keynes area and would like advice on inheritance tax planning and estate planning, please contact B2B Business Advisors Limited today. We will be delighted to assist you.
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