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Since March 2020 my income has suffered and I am struggling to balance my books
We are worried that they will disagree over what to do with it
The FT’s Stefan Wagstyl reports that governments laden with public debt following the pandemic may be considering inheritance tax increases to help rebuild their coffers
Bare trusts are a good way to pass money between the generations — but make sure family members are in agreement
She remarried this year and is increasingly isolated from her family
We rent out our second home and submit a self-assessment return on paper
The 45-year-old entrepreneur talks about inheritance tax, unusual demands and how he spends his own fortune
I’m still struggling to access and even find her basic financial information.
I haven’t been back to the UK for two years because of Covid
We don’t want to skip a generation as some of our children still need financial assistance
Children’s investment accounts have come of age
Is it too late to put the shares into a stocks and shares Isa?
IFS urges Sunak to review rules on defined contribution schemes
I have helped finance two junior Isas for my British grandchildren and would like to invest in something similar
I’ve been able to save a few hundred pounds a month since the start of the pandemic
Survey reveals lack of financial understanding between generations, with many offspring set for surprises
My husband has locked me out of our shared bank accounts
Recent high-profile legal disputes highlight the fraught business of leaving wealth to loved ones
My father has offered to give me £250 a month for each
My wife has moved back to Norway where she lives as my non-domiciled spouse
Authority finds no evidence that the wealthy used FICs for tax avoidance
It’s not just ‘IHT fever’ that’s powering the UK’s Alternative Investment Market
My lender tells me they cannot accept it and neither can the conveyancing solicitor
In return she will transfer shares to me in the family business