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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

2020 May bank holiday will be moved to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day
19/06/2019 - More...
The government has announced that the date of next year’s early May bank holiday is to move from Monday, 4 May to Friday, 8 May to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day. This is only

Gifts with strings attached
18/06/2019 - More...
The majority of gifts made during a person's life are not subject to tax at the time of the gift. These lifetime transfers are known as 'potentially exempt transfers'

The tax consequences of social events
18/06/2019 - More...
The cost of a staff party or other annual entertainment is generally allowed as a deduction for tax purposes. If you meet the various criteria outlined below there is no

Selling the family heirlooms
18/06/2019 - More...
There are special rules concerning the payment of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on the sale of personal possessions also known as 'chattels'. Personal possessions are generally

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