The UK may no longer have coalition government, but should your family have one?
The results are in and the UK is all signed up for five years of majority rule. Despite last week's election returning a surprise government, politicians and pundits across the UK had spent the weeks leading up to 7 May predicting likely alliances for a second coalition.
Coalitions aren't just for politics, of course. Consider whether confidence in your family's affairs and succession planning could actually be bolstered by an intergenerational coalition. Should the patriarch or matriarch rule as a single party or can consensual politics play a part in family affairs? To read Rebecca's advice go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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