In recent years there have been lots of reports in the press about the reliance on Bank of Mum and Dad in order for younger generations to get on the housing ladder.

Even with the recent Government schemes to help with the funding of deposits there is generally still a requirement to find a minimum 5% deposit and reliance on Bank of Mum and Dad is unlikely to end anytime soon.

It is important for you to understand the legal and tax implications and we have prepared a guide highlighting some of the key issues to consider.

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