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Tax Planning
March 2021
There’s still time for tax saving opportunities
Tax Planning
March 2021
It’s time to identify, plan for and potentially mitigate your tax burdens. While the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is looking to reduce the tax gap, there are nonetheless still opportunities to review your financial arrangements for saving tax… Read full article
Tax Planning
February 2021
The Gifting Generation
Tax Planning
February 2021
Older family members supporting younger generation through the pandemic. Young people have been one of the worst-affected groups from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, particularly in terms of the labour market and mental health outcomes. But it’s their parents and grandparents who are paying the price financially. Read full article
Tax Tax Planning
January 2021
Download Fish Financial’s Guide 2020/21 Year-End Tax Planning
Tax Tax Planning
January 2021
Keeping more of your money to enjoy, invest, save or pass on. Tax never requires a one-size-fits-all approach. Each taxpayer and each year will be different. So, with the end of the current 2020/21 tax year approaching on… Read full article
Tax Planning
March 2020
Top 4 tips for good tax planning
Tax Planning
March 2020
What should I consider before the end of this tax year? The end of the 2019/20 tax year is fast approaching, and there are a number of valuable allowances and reliefs that will be lost if they are not used before the deadline. Read full article
Tax Planning
January 2020
Tax savvy
Tax Planning
January 2020
  Savers should think twice before using their pension to purchase property From age 55, you have the flexibility to choose how you take money from your pension. But pension savers risk throwing away thousands of pounds of their hard-earned savings if they use their pension to purchase a second property. Read full article
Tax Planning
January 2020
Tax-efficient investing
Tax Planning
January 2020
  Legitimate ways for higher earners to reduce a tax bill Without a carefully developed tax planning strategy, higher-rate taxpayers run the risk of missing out on key tax benefits and paying more in taxes than necessary. A higher tax liability can diminish the value of your investment earnings over the long term. Read full article
Tax Planning
December 2019
Tax-efficient shelters
Tax Planning
December 2019
  Use your ISA allowance or lose it forever Even though the Individual Savings Account (ISA) deadline may be a number of months away, and despite the tax year date remaining the same year in year out, somehow it always creeps up on us. A tax year runs from 6 April one year to 5 April the next. Read full article
Tax Planning
November 2019
Taxing times
Tax Planning
November 2019
  ‘Top 5’ list of planning areas Making sure you use up any allowances you are entitled to is the first step to reducing the amount of tax you may be liable to pay. We’ve provided our ‘Top 5’ list of planning areas to consider before 5 April 2020, the end of the 2019/20 tax year. The rates given are correct for the 2019/20 tax year. Read full article
Tax Planning
October 2019
New tax year
Tax Planning
October 2019
  The key changes you need to know You want to pay the minimum amount of tax legally possible. We want that for you, too. The 2019/20 tax year started on 6 April and in general taxpayers will have more money in their pocket after increases to allowances came into force, but there are a few losers, in particular those selling shares and buy-to-let landlords. Read full article
Tax Planning
October 2019
Stocks & Shares ISAs
Tax Planning
October 2019
  Investing in a wide range of different tax-efficient investments Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) can be used to hold stocks and shares or cash, or any combination of these, up to the current annual limit. An ISA is a tax-efficient ‘wrapper’ that can be used to help save you tax. Read full article

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