(as has been before remarked), from the difficulty in tracing it, cannot be subjected to large contributions, by any other means than by taxes on consumption.
The personal estate
, or, in other words, the money to which Miss Fairlie would become entitled on reaching the age of twenty-one years, is the next point to consider.
Then it turns out, that the whole of the real and personal estate
is divided between half-a- dozen charities; and that the dead and gone testator has in pure spite helped to do a great deal of good, at the cost of an immense amount of evil passion and misery.
We have the Social media lot, whose lives are on Twitter and Instagram, while their real lives are messed up by a political bourgeois class that continues to its their own dynasty, sharing the country as it were a personal estate
Mrs Margaret MacGregor, of Batterflats, left a personal estate
of PS517,185 which, today, would be worth more than PS32 million.
Beckwith's occupation was also listed as a farmer, with real estate worth $8,000 and $350 value personal estate
Like a personal estate
plan, a business succession plan should be tailored to the individual needs of the business and clearly define the owner's intentions; do not leave anything to chance.
The purpose of the partnership was to separate, so far as possible, John Deere's personal estate
from that of the company.
Around $13 million of the Queen's personal estate
was invested in off-shore accounts in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda.
When CPAs have individual clients who are business owners, it is important to remember that they have worked very hard to build both their business and their personal estate
. Many business owners focus the majority of their time on building the business and do not think about the various risks that could significantly diminish the value of their business and personal estate
or net worth.
He left a personal estate
of PS37 12s to his friend Thomas Hill, a local surgeon, who he also appointed the executor of his will.