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Complimentary Tax and Estate Planning Seminars – 17th October 2017.

We are pleased to invite you to our Tax and Estate planning seminar focusing particularly on those with property and/or business interests.  

We will be running two sessions at our offices in Paignton. More Details are below.  

Approximately £1 trillion will be passed through inheritances in the next ten years creating an inheritance ‘economy’ for advisers. Research suggests that within ten years £115 billion per annum will pass between one generation and the next.

In some circumstances, family trusts can now play a less relevant part in financial planning, due to some less favourable tax changes introduced in  the last ten years.

To counter this, the applications of a Family Investment Company have increased in popularity.

Therefore, the presentation will focus on comparing Family Investment Companies and trusts as an estate planning and investment vehicle.

The seminar will cover recent topical issues including:-

  • Applications of Family Investment Companies as a tax efficient structure. 
  • The introduction of the Main Residence Nil Rate Band.
  • Succession Planning – how you can help your clients.
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney – why your clients should have one.
  • Care Fees – protecting against a 100% charge on your clients’ capital.
  • Lifetime Trusts – are they still relevant?

The sessions are as follows:

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Timings:

12.30pm – 2pm – Sandwiches will be provided. 

Venue:
Belgrave House, 2 Winner Street, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 3BJ


Tuesday 17th October 2017

Timings:

4.30pm – 6pm – Tea/Coffee and cakes will be provided

Venue:
Belgrave House, 2 Winner Street, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 3BJ


For more information about the events above, please contact Charlotte Langley on the details below:-

Tel:                                01803 896820

Email:                          Charlotte.Langley@fortresslaw.co.uk

Alternatively, please enquire via our enquiry form here:

 


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