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Osborne could close door on will changes after death

By Kate Beioley , 26 March 2015

Chancellor George Osborne has announced a review into scrapping deeds of variation on wills, commonly used by families to avoid inheritance tax. It's time to make sure your will is tax-efficient

Osborne could close door on will changes after death

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