PEOPLE WHO LEAVE money to charity will see their inheritance tax rates cut.
George Osborne said that people who leave 10% of their estate to charity will have their inheritance tax rates cut by 10%.
This will provide £300m for charities, he said. No one will be worse off for leaving money to charity, he added.
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