New Discretionary Trusts
Mr and Mrs Parker recently inherited some funds which they do not require, but wish to use to provide for their three children in the future.
- Mr and Mrs Parker inherited £500,000.
- Have existing financial assets of their own.
- Wish to provide funds for their 3 children in future, without giving full access to them.
- They wish to maintain access to the capital for themselves if required.
- Main objective is long-term capital growth.
- Apply a Deed of Variation to Will to create Discretionary Trust - Mr and Mrs Parker and children as beneficiaries
- Invest £500,000 into a Discretionary Trust.
- Invest in an investment bond wrapper via a platform.
- Provide diversified asset allocation, investing in the 4 main asset classes, being UK Equities, Commercial Property, Fixed Interest securities and overseas equity, diversifying investments in each sector across major funds.
- Funds to be invested as per the Trustees’ attitude to risk.
- Review and rebalancing of investments on a regular basis.
Benefits from advice given:
- Provides for children’s future, without giving full access to the funds now.
- Mr and Mrs Parker retain access to the capital under the Discretionary Trust if required.
- As Trustees Mr and Mrs Parker retain control.
- Meets the Trustees’ responsibility under the Trustee Act 2000.
- Provides flexibility to assign segments of the bond to children if capital required.
- Provides simple administration, reporting for Trustees.
- Provides a highly efficient tax wrapper.
- Avoids need for tax return by Trustees.
- Avoids the capital forming part of their own estates for Inheritance Tax purposes.
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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.