Trusts are used for a wide range of financial planning reasons – from providing long-term financial security for your children and grandchildren, to protecting family assets, making investments and managing tax liabilities.
However you want to use a trust, the basic principles are the same. The trust is a legal entity where one or more people or a company (the trustees) control money or assets which they must use for the benefit of one or more people (the beneficiaries).
We will work with you to provide a trust service that includes tax advice, investing funds, broader trust administration and advisery support (such as dealing with HMRC on your behalf).
At Old Mill we:
We are one of the few firms in the South West to offer a corporate trustee service. Being a trustee can be a time-consuming and complicated task, and there are a range of responsibilities which all trustees need to meet under the Trustee Act 2000. By appointing Old Mill as a trustee or co-trustee, you will have complete peace of mind along with the expert support and involvement of Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) qualified members of our team.
So whatever your reason for setting up a trust, we can make the process as simple and straightforward as possible, working with you to make sure that the trust delivers the intended benefits.
“Old Mill’s Xero specialist, Jude Bennett was phenomenal in helping us through this and was always readily available and accessible… she’s been unbelievable.”