Prudential is setting up three discretionary trusts in response to the increasing number of people being caught in the inheritance tax net. The products are an inheritance bond, a gift trust and a loan trust.
by Guy Anker
Commission Round Table report by Sam Shaw
Mr Fox likes chicken but is it the best investment on which to base his pension?
Pensions Term Assurance looks likely to be another one of the Government’s casualities in the 2007 Budget, with Chancellor Gordon Brown pledging to review existing provision.
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