02:27 – What is estate planning, and what isn’t it?
04:40 – Why people are so reluctant to start thinking about estate planning
08:10 – How to start estate planning, and an introduction to the four-stage process
08:35 – Stage 1: good housekeeping
11:58 – Stage 2: using your allowances and reliefs
16:13 – Stage 3: gifting, the different ways to make gifts, the tax rules, and calculating how much can you afford to gift
31:47 – Stage 4: using life assurance to cover any remaining tax liability, after all of the other planning
36:35 – The role that pensions play in an estate planning strategy
01:10 – What is the residence nil rate band, and what challenges does it pose for people with estates worth more than £2 million?
05:40 – Is it ever too late to start taking action when it comes to estate planning and Inheritance Tax?
09:45 – How can more complex, riskier investments such as the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) reduce an Inheritance Tax bill?
15:10 – Why is it so important to be aware of the risks when looking at these investments?
17:45 – If somebody died many years ago, would their surviving spouse still have their nil rate band and residence nil rate band?
18:55 – Can you pass a holiday home on to teenage grandchildren, and what are the tax rules?
21:33 – Can you pass a property on while still using it yourself?
24:20 – How can you make sure your plans keep up with any changes to government legislation and also your own family circumstances?
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