Two leading Cornish businesses are holding a free seminar next month to inform guests about effective inheritance tax (IHT) planning, with a charity golf putting competition to help the event to get into full swing.
Coodes Solicitors and Robinson Reed Layton Chartered Accountants are inviting clients to Killiow Golf Club on Friday September 24, for an afternoon which will start with some simple putting fun to raise funds for Age Concern.
Guests will then be introduced to IHT planning by Paul Reed and James Bailey – partners at Robinson Reed Layton; and Jonathan Eade and Louise Southwell – partners at Coodes Solicitors.
They will explain principles such as when IHT is payable, how it is calculated, and techniques for reducing its impact, from basic “good housekeeping” to more advanced planning strategies. There will also be advice on more general planning for the future, on matters such as wills, powers of attorney, and care home fees.