Covid-19 pandemic boosts intergenerational planning - Quilter

17% likely to gift money

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Rachael Griffin: "More people are thinking about the future and how they can help their families financially over the long term."
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Rachael Griffin: "More people are thinking about the future and how they can help their families financially over the long term."

The coronavirus pandemic could see a rise in intergenerational planning as investors look to leave money for their family and friends, Quilter Financial Planning has found.

The financial planning giant asked more than 1,000 adults in the UK whether coronavirus had encouraged them to think about supporting other relatives financially now or in the future. Nearly a fifth...

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