has a feeling: woods, fields, brooks
A bequest is a way of guaranteeing that you will give something back to the countryside, which will be a quiet source of satisfaction for those who remain.
Making a Will is usually very straightforward, but it is sensible to seek legal advice. It usually only costs around £100 to draw up a will - much less than the legal costs which may be faced if you die without making a Will. DIY Wills may not be valid, so visiting a solicitor and getting professional advice is recommended. Click on the link below to find local solicitors who are members of the Law Society: www.lawsociety.org.uk/choosingandusing/findasolicitor.law
|DONATING TO CHARITIES||
The UK tax system provides tax incentives for individuals and businesses to give to charity. Donations from both individuals and companies can attract tax relief.
Or you can donate online - for example, giving someone a birthday present or making a donation in lieu of sending out dozens of Christmas cards - via this link