Getting to grips with tax planning on a family basis can be hugely beneficial and is certainly something to tackle now before the changes due in April come in.
A multi-faceted tax raid is set to rock even the modestly wealthy in the UK, meaning it is incumbent on us all to take a long hard look at our financial strategies as the year draws to a close.
Freezes to tax allowances might be something we have to get used to, but we don’t have to just sit back and watch our wealth erode: there are steps which can help protect it.
Everyone knows about the yawning gender pension gap, but all too often women bury their heads in the sand, rather than proactively tackling the problem.
Personal tax may have been out of focus in the Autumn Budget, but that should not obscure the gravity of changes which had already been announced.
Saving on tax and investment costs are frequently not given the attention they warrant, but both are hugely important parts of any affluent individual’s wealth management strategy.
You don’t have to simply accept punishing tax charges on your pension and estate as a High Net Worth Individual, so consider joining our users in proactively planning to protect your wealth.
An overhaul of the Capital Gains Tax regime looks likely to be coming soon, meaning that those with significant exposure need to act fast to manage their liabilities down.
Foreboding about an overhaul of the Capital Gains Tax regime has added to existing concerns on Inheritance Tax, all while investors struggle to make sense of the current investment environment.