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Why a trust might be the best way to morally inspire the next generation

Some parents may be concerned that putting money into a trust for their children means that they are providing an ever present pot of funds available for their children to dip into as and when they like.

In fact, trusts are very flexible vehicles with many attractive features, particularly if the Settlor chooses savvy Trustees (there is a clue in the name). For examples, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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