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Currently Inheritance Tax is a tax payable on death at the rate of 40% on the value of your net assets over £325,000.

The first £325,000 is called the Nil Rate Band because although it is taxable to Inheritance Tax, it is taxed at 0%.

If you are married, the best way to pay less inheritance tax (or even none at all) is by making inheritance tax efficient Wills. We can help you do this.

The ‘cost of dying’ is now racing ahead of the rate of inflation

The ‘cost of dying’ is now racing ahead of the rate of inflation

Recent research has revealed that the cost of dying is now the fastest rising fixed cost in the UK, ahead of costs of living including rent, utilities and food.

What does the Inheritance Tax Change mean to you?

What does the Inheritance Tax Change mean to you?

Last week, during the Budget, the Chancellor formally announced a key change to Inheritance Tax (“IHT”) that would take affect from 2017.

The True Cost of Divorce in Retirement

The True Cost of Divorce in Retirement

The financial effects of divorce last much longer than the initial cost of the break up.

Ashgate Hospicecare 'Make a Will Month' gets Underway

Ashgate Hospicecare 'Make a Will Month' gets Underway

As a regular supporter of Ashgate Hospicecare, Banner Jones are delighted to be supporting this years ‘Make a Will Month’ campaign.
Lasting Power of Attorney – The Facts

Lasting Power of Attorney – The Facts

We all know that we should write a Will, but too few of us know about and recognise the need for something called a Lasting Power of Attorney or LPA.

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