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Lucy Warwick-Ching is the communities editor, in charge of developing the FT's commenting strategy. She writes the weekly Your Questions column.
Previously Lucy was the personal finance digital editor. She produced the FT Money Show podcast, coordinated FT Money’s digital output and wrote for the weekday newspaper and FT.com.
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I would like to gift my son some money following the death of my mother
I paid money to someone pretending to be my supplier
We live together in my property and he uses his old flat as an office
I worry about the potential inheritance of a shared property
The Law Commission’s review is expected to take a hard look at the favourable treatment given to the spouse of the main breadwinner
She’s pregnant and faces an increasing workload
I worry that some of the legacies in my will could cause conflict
Is there a conflict of interest in my role at the trust holding family assets?
I’m buying a property and am unsure what will be left behind
We are concerned about their level of tax exposure
Concern over ‘ghostbots’ mining data from social media
My father left me some money and I’m keen to ensure this stays with me
Staff tell us what issues they face in their working lives and share their vision for the future of healthcare in the UK
We can’t find anyone willing to help us set one up
I own a couple of restaurants that were turning over a good profit before Covid-19 but have struggled since.
She earns much less than I do and I would like to help her to top up her pension savings
I want to understand how my assets would be taxed
What tax implications do I need to consider?
My husband doesn’t want a court process but I worry mediation won’t be legally binding
I’ve received a letter from the tax office suggesting I may not have abided by IR35 laws
I have been very successful in my career and have a lot of wealth to pass down the generations
He claims his hedge fund has no capital value
We bought a second property in the country in addition to our London home
My job is at risk but annual bonuses haven’t been announced yet. I’m worried I will miss out