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The Residence Nil Rate Band – a common misunderstanding 13 March 2019 by James Bird

Before April 2017, the inheritance tax rules for an estate was that a…

What happens to a pension when someone dies? 4 March 2019 by Jane Golding

A Workplace Pension is a way of saving for your retirement that is…

Are you eligible for a LPA refund? 26 February 2019 by Andrea Godfrey

Andrea Godfrey of the Wills, Life Planning and Probate team at FJG is urging…

Be Aware – Who says romance is dead! 14 February 2019 by Susanne Grimwade

We all know St Valentine’s Day has long been celebrated as a day…

Government Announces Increase in Probate Court Fees 12 February 2019 by Susanne Grimwade

The Government has announced changes to Probate Court fees which means some will…

Improved Banking Protocols help reduce fraudulent activity for vulnerable people 12 February 2019 by Susanne Grimwade

It is a sad fact the over 65s are three times more likely…

Equity Release – Is it right for me? 12 February 2019 by Claire Martin

Are you aged 55 or over and looking to release some equity from…

How do Cancer Research use my Will donation? 6 February 2019 by Jane Golding

In 2018, all of the Fisher Jones Greenwood branches participated in the Free…

Will inheritance tax be payable on gifts I’ve made? 1 February 2019 by Lauren Hancock

They say there are two certainties in life; death and taxes. Inheritance Tax…

Free Will with Cancer Research UK 22 January 2019 by Jane Golding

If you’re aged 55 and over then you will qualify for a free…

Proposed average probate fee increase of 545% 7 November 2018 by Andrea Godfrey

On Monday the Government laid before Parliament new legislation with a proposed structure…

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