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How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 1)

... How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 1) inheritance tax, assets, property, will, trusts, When it comes to organising finances, whether for yourself or a parent, the idea of trusts can be both confusing and daunting. ...

How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 2)

... How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 2) inheritance tax, assets, property, will, trusts The subject of family trusts can be complicated at the best of times. To learn more about the role they can play in future-proofing your ...

What to do if you suspect abuse in your parent's care home

... What to do if you suspect abuse in your parent's care home eldercare, communication, trust, social care When we see images of neglect and abuse in the news we hope and pray that it won't happen to our parents. The media paints a negative picture ...

Top tips for keeping the scammers out

... on to older members of the family to keep them safe both in their home and online. And she offers some pointers to getting trusted help when it's needed. Each year millions of people in the UK fall prey to scammers. The UK Chartered Trading Standards Institute ...

Enjoying nature and the outdoors with a family member with dementia

... of this time outside? Dementia Adventure runs a number of schemes across the country and is working with organisations like Age UK, Wildlife Trusts and some local authorities to deliver more. Alternatively visit www.walkingforhealth.org.uk to find an activity local to you- if it's not listed as ...

Whose house is it anyway? A question of home ownership

... of an LPA involves the referral to a service that is separate and distinct to those offered by St. James's Place. LPAs and trusts are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Benefiting from beneficiaries If your parents own their home as Tenants in Common they can ...

A guide to Inheritance Tax

... you save money in later years but will also give you peace of mind knowing you have reduced your estate. Step 3- Using Trusts You can use trusts to gift money to dedicated beneficiaries to move money outside of your estate. However, you still have complete ...

Tips for choosing a care home

... Tips for choosing a care home alzheimer's, eldercare, end-of-life, trust, power of attorney Sarah Guthrie, the daughter of Wing Commander Branse Burbridge, talks through her family's choice of care home for her mum and dad and offers advice on choosing the right place ...

Forewarned is forearmed where scammers exist

... Forewarned is forearmed where scammers exist eldercare, trust, protection We're not here to spread scare stories, but we do hear some pretty hairy tales of how easy it is for devious characters to prey on the elderly. We start this article with just a few ...

Four questions to ask a new live-in carer to start building a relationship

... Notaro Live in Care offers some useful questions that a care recipient can ask their new carer in order to start establishing mutual comfort and trust as soon as possible. Once your loved one has made the brave decision to welcome a live-in carer into their home, so ...