UAE survey reveals fall in inheritance values

Pedro Gonçalves
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While more people in the UAE expect to receive an inheritance, the amount of money anticipated may not be enough to secure the financial future aspired to, according to research from Quilter International and Quilter Cheviot. Quilter International and Quilter Cheviot surveyed 130 UAE-based investors with $50,000 and found 60% of respondents believe they will receive an inheritance, 55% increase from 2018. The most popular use for an inheritance is to buy a house (36%) followed by starting their own business (32%) or using it for other investments (32%). Nearly one quarter (23%) plan t...

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