How can I protect my financial security and that of my daughter who is facing a potential divorce?
- Mrs Reeve, 63, is an only child and a widow
- She has 1 daughter, in a rocky marriage
- She has significant investments and capital
- She has significant income from pensions and investments
- She does not require further income
- Inheritance Tax (IHT) is already a problem for her
- She has inherited £600,000 from her late mother
- Mrs Reeve completes a Deed of Variation on her mother’s Will
- Redirects inheritance to a Discretionary Trust
- Beneficiaries of trust are Mrs Reeve and her daughter
- Mrs Reeve invests capital in trust in diversified, tax efficient portfolio, with minimum tax reporting and Trustee involvement
- Produces an “income” flow from Trust to daughter
Benefits from advice given
- Avoids inheritance forming part of Mrs Reeve’s estate
- IHT savings £240,000
- Capital invested in a simplified environment with potential for growth and income
- Provides financial security for daughter
- Safeguards inheritance in the event of daughter divorcing
- Mrs Reeve could still benefit if needed
- Provides additional tax efficient “income” flow for daughter up to £30,000 pa
- Daughter can fund pension from additional “income” flow
- Investments can be assigned to daughter if/when domestic position is resolved
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This example is for illustrative purposes only, based on current legislation and tax allowances. Tax rules and regulations are subject to change.