Long-term care commission told it cannot consider 'death tax'

July 2010
Community Care;7/29/2010, Issue 1829, p11
The article offers information on death tax, which has been ruled out from long-term care funding. It states the disapproval by Paul Burstow, care services minister on compulsory levying of the death tax by the estates . The funding currently supports people with assets worth or more than 23,250 pounds.


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