Could Dodd’s marriage trigger an IHT review?
By Kirsten Hastings, 13 Mar 18
The marriage of late comedian Ken Dodd to his long-term partner, and the fact that HM Revenue & Customs lost out on nearly £3m ($4.2m, €3.4m) as a result, has prompted questions about the timing of financial planning, especially so-called “deathbed planning”.
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