Matthew considers how you might measure your progress on Getting Your Affairs in Order.
Matthew considers the all-important issue of relationships with family and
Matthew suggests that you should give thought to what would happen on your death if you own shares in a company or an interest in a business and/or are involved in the management of a company or business or of a club or association or charity.
Matthew suggests some imaginative uses of the Inheritance Tax exemption and
the Income Tax reliefs for gifts to charities.
Matthew introduces the complex topics of residence and domicile, in the context of location of assets.
The first thing to say is that this is very much a specialist subject, so do get proper professional advice before you do anything. Second, I always used to say to clients (and now remind my wife and myself) that you should not give away too much to your children (or...
Matthew advises that you should leave clear wishes for your funeral.
Matthew lists the documents which are required to register a death and suggests that you put most of these together now in a safe place, with clear instructions for access.
Matthew demonstrates why it is so important have cash put aside.
Our lives are stored online and Matthew shows the importance of storing passwords etc for our loved ones to access in the future.