do I leave money to the Green in my Will?
easy to include the Green in your will, but you should
always consult a professional such as a solicitor
or financial adviser to be sure your will reflects
your exact intentions and you understand tax implications.
Before you call your adviser, take a few minutes to
clear your thoughts and decide exactly what you want
to do. Ask yourself...
have I got to leave? If you own your home, how
much is it worth? Have you any savings or investments?
do I want to help? Of course you must make provision
for your family, friends and pets first. Make a list
of their full names and addresses.
Who else has made a difference to my life?
Which causes have been important to you? Which appeals
have really moved you? Has the Green helped you, or
someone you love? Make a note of our official Charity
name, (Uckfield Millennium Green) address (c/o The
Treasurer, Jasmine Cottage, Highlands Avenue, Uckfield,
East Sussex and registered Charity number (1069936).
tax. Any gift, however large or small, will help
to ensure the Green remains an open space to enjoy
however, a gift to the Green could also reduce your
inheritance tax. A gift made to a charity, like the
Green, is free from inheritance tax. Such gifts are
deducted from your estate before inheritance tax is
calculated. so, if these gifts bring the value of
your estate below the threashold level, it should
not be liable for any inheritance tax.
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