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Eliot, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, poet and playwright died of emphysema in 1965, with a personal estate totalling 105,272 pounds, over 1.
She supposedly made her fortune in Standard Oil and, back in her younger days at least, had a personal estate of over $2 million.
The Pelican Caye Island is the one of the few private islands on the Turneffe Atoll and is perfect for a personal estate.
When the will was proved in London on September 10, Cassandra swore as Executrix "to the Truth and faithful Performance thereof and that the whole of the Deceaseds Personal Estate and Effects does not amount in value to the Sum of Eight hundred Pounds.
In addition to advising on personal estate and tax planning issues, she also advises clients on business succession planning.
Fergie provided not only the inspiration for this special fund; he actually contributed the first $25,000 from his personal estate.
When engaged in personal estate planning, these individuals express reluctance to tie assets up in an irrevocable trust, despite the estate tax planning benefits of doing so.
Sainsbury, a member of the billionaire supermarket family and owner of notable jumpers Western Sunset and Coonawara, died in September aged 76, leaving a personal estate of pounds 300m.
On death, funds left over in the pension pot would be added to a personal estate and subjected to Inheritance Tax (IHT) at 40p in the pound.
What I found fascinating about it is you could help people both in their personal estate or business tax planning and avoid taxes in a lot of cases.
Treating the Seibu group, which includes publicly traded companies, like a personal estate is simply unacceptable.
This is a way for taxpayers to transfer assets out of their personal estate.

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