Chancellor backtracks on the care fee capping proposals

By: Wolverhampton Wills  05/07/2016
Keywords: asset protection

Within 10 days of the new Government, the Chancellor George Osborn has decided to leave the care fees issue on the back burner. There will be no capping of fees - you are still liable to sell and use all assets that you hold over £23,250 to pay your own care fees.

Keywords: asset protection

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