Many people without a will believe they have nothing worth inheriting - but the risks are high. Which? explains who needs a will and how to get one.
Retirees are giving their kids and grandchildren as much as £4,300 a year. Find out how to help your family in the financially savviest ways.
Maxing out the full range of tax-free allowances on offer can be really worthwhile, and stop you over-paying on your tax bill. Here's how to do it
Whether you want to save for your children's future, or want to know what help is available for their care, we outline all changes for parents in 2018
Married couples and civil partners will be able to pass on a potential £900,000 completely free of inheritance tax from 6 April. Find out how you can avoid the dreaded 'death tax'.
There are complex rules around who can inherit your state pension and private pension pot, and how much they'll receive. Find out what happens to your pension after you die.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has ordered a shake-up of the inheritance tax system - but how does IHT work, who pays and what is likely to change?
Which? provides a comprehensive list of the all tax changes taking effect in April for the 2018/2019 tax year, so you can be prepared and plan ahead
Which? explains how gifts can help reduce your inheritance tax bill by giving gifts - including how much you're allowed to give each year.
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