LAST week’s column talked about the serious issues that could occur when a business doesn’t have its own ‘will’ or protection in place, effectively wiping out the investment which is your business, which would almost certainly have gone to your beneficiaries free of inheritance tax.
FOLLOWING last week’s column on how to protect/insure yourself and particularly if you have a business, we had a number of calls asking how a business is at risk if there was a death of a key person/owner.
ARE you part of the UK’s ‘forgotten generation’ – do you work for yourself? A tradesman I know once said that the great thing about being self-employed is that the boss always likes you, but financially it can be a long, hard road.
ARE you feeling financially exhausted by the low interest rates on offer to savers in recent years? The past decade has not been kind, marked as it was by the Bank of England holding its base rate of interest at their lowest levels ever.