Planning for the Future

In later life decision making can become harder. Often issues cannot be discussed with the family for various reasons, or there may simply be nobody to discuss them with.

You should of course ensure that your Will is up to date, and reflects your wishes. You may wish to grant a Power of Attorney, so that others can take decisions for you if you become unable to do so. You should consider mitigating any Inheritance Tax that your family will have to pay after your death, and look at ways of increasing your income in retirement. You might need help of a more practical nature in completing Tax Returns, or paying Household Bills or Nursing Home Fees, or even in investigating the different types of accommodation that are available.

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