The idea of inheritance is certainly going through a bit of a change in identity, states Mark Wintle, Inheritance Tax Specialist at WAY. Traditionally, and according to the dictionary, inheritance is something received by an heir on the death of the previous holder. But with the pandemic giving us daily reminders of our own mortality, and the denial of social contact making it easier to appreciate in a way we might never have done before, many families have been considering how they can support younger (and future) generations sooner rather than later.

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