A market leading online Will writing service announced earlier this year that they aim to secure a 10 per cent market share of all the Wills written in Scotland by the end of 2019.
Appointing Executors under a Will is not always a simple task. Often, people find themselves pre-empting the merging personalities of those to whom they are considering giving the important role. “Will they get on?” “Will they understand my true intentions?” Questions posed raise food for thought.
Recent reports have highlighted that inheritance tax receipts continue to grow despite the introduction of the new residence nil rate band. Inheritance tax receipts reached an astounding high of £5.2 billion in the last tax year. This is an 8 per cent increase compared to the £4.8 billion total that was reported in the previous tax year of 2016-17.
Wills are something which everyone should have, but many may not realise there are numerous opportunities to really add value to a Will. This blog will look at ways in which a Will can be taken that extra step to provide the security and peace of mind that you need.