Retirement tax planning: A service, not a product

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Retirement tax planning: A service, not a product

Things have moved on in the world of estate planning and IHT mitigation, writes Paul Wilcox. The cost of paying a professional fee for such important benefits is money well spent

The retirement planning landscape has changed beyond recognition in recent times. Readers with long memories will recall that, many years ago, taxpayers always used to consult accountants or lawyers...

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