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Remember a Charity Week highlights the power of legacy in a will

Remember A Charity’s website suggests that income from gifts in wills is worth more than £2 billion a year to charities in the UK, which rely on these gifts to help them carry out their vital work.

There are clear advantages for individual donors too, and not just the generous tax breaks afforded to the donors for giving on death. To read more on the benefits, to both charities and givers, of posthumous philanthropy, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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