The Inheritance Tax Perils of co-habitation for older couples

Article by Stephen Woodward, Consultant and Dean Ryan, Solicitor, in the Private Client department first published in eprivateclient online on 23 June 2017 and is reproduced with kind permission.  

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27 June 2017

 


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The Inheritance Tax Perils of co-habitation for older couples