- Free AF1 taster workbook on ‘Trusts’.
- Focuses on the ‘Trusts’ section of the AF1 syllabus.
- Looking at key points, this takes you through the legal aspects and taxation of Trusts, as well as looking at life assurance and trusts.
- To aid knowledge retention and understanding, this workbook is written as a number of short exercises such as ‘Q & A’, ‘Fill in the blanks’ and ‘Quick Quizzes’ as well as providing exam-type questions. The answers to the exercises and questions are given at the end.
- Over 115 pages of exercises, questions and detailed answers.
- All exercises and questions kept up-to-date to reflect any changes to the exam syllabus and tax year.
- Provided electronically in PDF format – you can print them out and complete them wherever you wish – no need to sit at a PC and no waiting for the postman!
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