Henny Dovland, Senior Business Development Manager at TIME Investments, appears in the publication’s new 2018 Guide to Inheritance Tax  and discusses why she believes it is important to consider financial planning on an intergenerational rather than individual basis.  In the article Henny discusses why financial planners need to think about the family as a whole rather than focusing on the wealthiest generation in isolation, as there will be opportunities to help all members of the family who will experience different financial challenges simultaneously.

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Posted: 28/11/2018 Categories: News

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