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Liv Vic to host IHT seminars

Liverpool Victoria is planning a series of free roadshows to educate IFAs on inheritance tax.

The 28 seminars will commence in Nottingham and travel the breadth of the country to cover all geographical regions. The roadshow finishes in Newcastle on October 19.

The seminars are designed to give IFAs “straight answers and valuable sales ideas.”

They will highlight key advice issues and focus on the use of life policies and trusts.

Liv Vic says it will also give updates on the main issues surrounding pension term assurance, opportunities for employer contributions and covering joint lives.

To book a place, advisers should email: roadshows@liverpool-victoria.co.uk

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