Inheritance tax break turns Scrooge into Santa
Scrooge was visited late one evening by the Ghost of Christmas Presents Past and was tormented by what he learnt.
He found out that he had been wasting all his many years by failing to take advantage of some of the simplest inheritance tax planning opportunities. To read more on the giving rules that would have allowed Scrooge to mitigate a hefty inheritance tax sum, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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