PROMOTIONA lasting gift at Christmasntime honoured tradition, ourreduced too (from the standard rate ofthoughts at Christmas often focus onspending precious time with familyand friends, sending and receivingChristmas cards, feasting, singing carolsand supporting charities and others lessfortunate than ourselves. Around Sussexfood, clothing and gift parcels will behanded out to mamy in need and nightshelters will open their doors for thehomeless. For many charities this is oneof their busiest times of the year and theyneed all the help-financial or volunteersthat they can get.Our minds often turn to makingdirect gifts to charities increasingly inlieu of buying Christmas gifts and it isimportant to make every charity gift.count by signing a Gift Aid form. Thissimple act adds a whopping 25p foreach E1 donation. Higher rate tax payerscan claim additional tax relief on theirdonations by indicating how much they40 % to 36 % ).Technology helps considerably tomake giving easy-significant sums canbe transferred by the click of a mouse,over the telephone and by text message.Soperhaps simpliflying the processwill encourage more people to makeregular donations to help continue thework of the many excellent charities inthe county. Don't forget the high streetas most charity shops are also cryingout for donations at this time of year asmany more people find them a reallyaffordable and sustainable source ofclothing, toys, books and homeware.Best of all by donating unwanted itemsto a charity shop via Gift Aid the charitykeeps the sale proceeds and an extra25p in the pound on top. As with cashdonations higher or additional ratetax payers will see a reduction in theiroverall tax liabilityWeare very happy to advise on the mosteffective ways you can give to charityduring your lifetime and by your will.At this time of the year remember it ismore blessed to give than to receive or asPhilip Lansberry is a Partner andHead of Legal at Kreston Reevesphilip.lansberry@krestonreeves.comT:+44 (01330 124 1399have donated on their tax return.If you prefer to retain your savings whynot leave a legacy to charity in your Willinstead. They are free of inheritance taxand, if you feel you can generously leave10% or more of your estate to charity, thelegacy will be tax free and the inheritancetax on the balance of your estate isKRESTONREEVESSarah Bernhardt put it "Life engenderslife. Energy creates energy. But it is byspending oneself one becomes rich.Kreston Reeves has offices in Kent, London and Sussexwww.krestonreeves.com PROMOTION A lasting gift at Christmas ntime honoured tradition, our reduced too (from the standard rate of thoughts at Christmas often focus on spending precious time with family and friends, sending and receiving Christmas cards, feasting, singing carols and supporting charities and others less fortunate than ourselves. Around Sussex food, clothing and gift parcels will be handed out to mamy in need and night shelters will open their doors for the homeless. For many charities this is one of their busiest times of the year and they need all the help-financial or volunteers that they can get. Our minds often turn to making direct gifts to charities increasingly in lieu of buying Christmas gifts and it is important to make every charity gift. count by signing a Gift Aid form. This simple act adds a whopping 25p for each E1 donation. Higher rate tax payers can claim additional tax relief on their donations by indicating how much they 40 % to 36 % ). Technology helps considerably to make giving easy-significant sums can be transferred by the click of a mouse, over the telephone and by text message. Soperhaps simpliflying the process will encourage more people to make regular donations to help continue the work of the many excellent charities in the county. Don't forget the high street as most charity shops are also crying out for donations at this time of year as many more people find them a really affordable and sustainable source of clothing, toys, books and homeware. Best of all by donating unwanted items to a charity shop via Gift Aid the charity keeps the sale proceeds and an extra 25p in the pound on top. As with cash donations higher or additional rate tax payers will see a reduction in their overall tax liability Weare very happy to advise on the most effective ways you can give to charity during your lifetime and by your will. At this time of the year remember it is more blessed to give than to receive or as Philip Lansberry is a Partner and Head of Legal at Kreston Reeves philip.lansberry@krestonreeves.com T:+44 (01330 124 1399 have donated on their tax return. If you prefer to retain your savings why not leave a legacy to charity in your Will instead. They are free of inheritance tax and, if you feel you can generously leave 10% or more of your estate to charity, the legacy will be tax free and the inheritance tax on the balance of your estate is KRESTON REEVES Sarah Bernhardt put it "Life engenders life. Energy creates energy. But it is by spending oneself one becomes rich. Kreston Reeves has offices in Kent, London and Sussex www.krestonreeves.com

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PROMOTION A lasting gift at Christmas ntime honoured tradition, our reduced too (from the standard rate of thoughts at Christmas often focus on spending precious time with family and friends, sending and receiving Christmas cards, feasting, singing carols and supporting charities and others less fortunate than ourselves. Around Sussex food, clothing and gift parcels will be handed out to mamy in need and night shelters will open their doors for the homeless. For many charities this is one of their busiest times of the year and they need all the help-financial or volunteers that they can get. Our minds often turn to making direct gifts to charities increasingly in lieu of buying Christmas gifts and it is important to make every charity gift. count by signing a Gift Aid form. This simple act adds a whopping 25p for each E1 donation. Higher rate tax payers can claim additional tax relief on their donations by indicating how much they 40 % to 36 % ). Technology helps considerably to make giving easy-significant sums can be transferred by the click of a mouse, over the telephone and by text message. Soperhaps simpliflying the process will encourage more people to make regular donations to help continue the work of the many excellent charities in the county. Don't forget the high street as most charity shops are also crying out for donations at this time of year as many more people find them a really affordable and sustainable source of clothing, toys, books and homeware. Best of all by donating unwanted items to a charity shop via Gift Aid the charity keeps the sale proceeds and an extra 25p in the pound on top. As with cash donations higher or additional rate tax payers will see a reduction in their overall tax liability Weare very happy to advise on the most effective ways you can give to charity during your lifetime and by your will. At this time of the year remember it is more blessed to give than to receive or as Philip Lansberry is a Partner and Head of Legal at Kreston Reeves philip.lansberry@krestonreeves.com T:+44 (01330 124 1399 have donated on their tax return. If you prefer to retain your savings why not leave a legacy to charity in your Will instead. They are free of inheritance tax and, if you feel you can generously leave 10% or more of your estate to charity, the legacy will be tax free and the inheritance tax on the balance of your estate is KRESTON REEVES Sarah Bernhardt put it "Life engenders life. Energy creates energy. But it is by spending oneself one becomes rich. Kreston Reeves has offices in Kent, London and Sussex www.krestonreeves.com PROMOTION A lasting gift at Christmas ntime honoured tradition, our reduced too (from the standard rate of thoughts at Christmas often focus on spending precious time with family and friends, sending and receiving Christmas cards, feasting, singing carols and supporting charities and others less fortunate than ourselves. Around Sussex food, clothing and gift parcels will be handed out to mamy in need and night shelters will open their doors for the homeless. For many charities this is one of their busiest times of the year and they need all the help-financial or volunteers that they can get. Our minds often turn to making direct gifts to charities increasingly in lieu of buying Christmas gifts and it is important to make every charity gift. count by signing a Gift Aid form. This simple act adds a whopping 25p for each E1 donation. Higher rate tax payers can claim additional tax relief on their donations by indicating how much they 40 % to 36 % ). Technology helps considerably to make giving easy-significant sums can be transferred by the click of a mouse, over the telephone and by text message. Soperhaps simpliflying the process will encourage more people to make regular donations to help continue the work of the many excellent charities in the county. Don't forget the high street as most charity shops are also crying out for donations at this time of year as many more people find them a really affordable and sustainable source of clothing, toys, books and homeware. Best of all by donating unwanted items to a charity shop via Gift Aid the charity keeps the sale proceeds and an extra 25p in the pound on top. As with cash donations higher or additional rate tax payers will see a reduction in their overall tax liability Weare very happy to advise on the most effective ways you can give to charity during your lifetime and by your will. At this time of the year remember it is more blessed to give than to receive or as Philip Lansberry is a Partner and Head of Legal at Kreston Reeves philip.lansberry@krestonreeves.com T:+44 (01330 124 1399 have donated on their tax return. If you prefer to retain your savings why not leave a legacy to charity in your Will instead. They are free of inheritance tax and, if you feel you can generously leave 10% or more of your estate to charity, the legacy will be tax free and the inheritance tax on the balance of your estate is KRESTON REEVES Sarah Bernhardt put it "Life engenders life. Energy creates energy. But it is by spending oneself one becomes rich. Kreston Reeves has offices in Kent, London and Sussex www.krestonreeves.com

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