Giving money to charity both whilst you are alive and when you die will be free from inheritance tax. From 6 April 2012 the laws on gifting money to charity on death changed, and a reduced rate of 36% was introduced for those estates where tax is payable (i.e., estates over £325,000) and at least 10% of the net estate is left to charity.
If you are thinking of leaving any part of your estate to charity, we can make sure that your will is properly drafted to take advantage of the reduced rate.
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- Commercial Property
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Hall 3, The NEC
We will be exhibiting at the National Franchise Show at Birmingham NEC on Friday 4th - Saturday 5th October.
We will be at stand E270 so please come by and speak to us about any franchise related enquiries.
If you would...
Fiona Boswell presents the results of the survey Fraser Brown conducted at the National Franchise Exhibition 2...
Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...