Tag Archives: Tax Planning

Year End Planning

March is a key month in which to consider tax planning to maximise the use of an individual’s allowances, reliefs, exemptions etc for the current tax year.  Some of these will be lost if not used before the tax year end. As well as last minute tax planning for 2009/10, now is also a good […]

Tax Planning – Ideas & Opportunities

Synopsis: 50% tax (42.5% for dividends) should prompt a review of dividend policy for married couples! For those company owner/managers who are married but where the shares in the business are concentrated in the hands of one of the married couple who is a “high earner” then next year´s tax changes should act as a […]

Principal Private Residence Relief ?

CAPITAL GAINS TAX PLANNING Synopsis: The publicity surrounding the subject of MPs “flipping” properties may well have brought the CGT second residence rules under closer scrutiny. Here, we consider how those rules work. There has been considerable publicity over MPs “flipping” their choice of private residence for expenses purposes. As a result it would seem […]