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Co-ordinated tax planning is vital on non-dom estates

The death of an entrepreneur with residency in France and a UK domicile, who failed to take succession planning advice, presents IHT liabilities for his family in both countries, writes Frederick Bjørn Private Client Partner at Payne Hicks Beach.  Please click here to read the full article first published on 10 September 2013 in New Model Adviser online:

16 September 2013


For further information, please contact Frederick Bjørn (fbjorn@phb.co.uk).



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