Guillain-Barré & Associated
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Many charities receive the bulk of their income from legacies (gifts left in people’s wills) from supporters who like to remember them. After providing for family and friends, leaving a legacy in your will to gain is a tremendous and thoughtful way of supporting our work and is exempt from inheritance tax.
If you would like to remember gain and have not made your will, it is advisable to see a solicitor or other professional and give your instructions. If you have made a will, the simplest method of amending it is to write a codicil, sign it in the presence of witnesses and keep it safe with your existing will.
As we rely entirely on voluntary donations, legacies are vital to us. Thank you