May 2, 2020
Do you want your loved ones to pay the taxman as much as £103,000 more than they need to after you die?
This is what almost happened to a client of mine recently. He tried to execute the administration of a relative’s will himself to save money. He’d calculated the inheritance tax bill for their estate as £263,000, but realised he was a bit out of his depth...
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