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Personal Tax Planning

The tax regime is becoming more complex, and there is more focus on taxpayers' individual responsibilities. So, you need professional advice and support if you are to optimise your tax position and ensure you meet all the compliance requirements.

We can provide you with year-round tax advice on:
 

  • Income tax
  • capital gains tax
  • inheritance tax
  • trusts and estates
  • residency tax issues
  • non-domiciliary tax issues


Every pound of income tax you save, means more income at your disposal. Every well planned disposal of assets means minimal loss of capital gains. Every inheritance tax saving means more benefit for your beneficiaries.

You will be pleased to know that there are six extensive Business Advisory Guides (under the Infozone section in the main menu) entitled:


which we hope will provide you with an introduction to some of these issues.

Make sure you take full advantage of the tax saving opportunities open to you - call us today for a personal tax planning review.

 

Latest News

Beware sting in VAT Annual Accounting Scheme
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The VAT annual accounting scheme is open to most businesses with a turnover of up to £1.35m per year. The main benefits of the scheme include the requirement to file one VAT return

Give now pay later – what are the settlement rules?
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The settlement rules are intended to prevent an individual from gaining a tax advantage by making arrangements that divert his or her income to another person who may be liable at

Company van use – the tax consequences
22/05/2018 - More...
There are a number of tax consequences to be aware when employees are provided with company vans and fuel. A company van can be defined as a van made available to an employee by

CGT base cost uplift on death
22/05/2018 - More...
Special rules apply to assets when they are passed to a beneficiary after the death of the benefactor. In some cases Inheritance Tax may be due on the transfer. However, there can

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