What John Lewis's man in the moon can tell us about lawful gifting
The subtext is, of course, to raise awareness of the fact that some elderly people are lonely at Christmas.
The latter also brings to mind another issue that can be faced by the older generation: the man in the moon cannot speak to Lily to thank her for his Christmas present. To read more on why a Lasting Power of Attorney is for life, not just for Christmas, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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