The current financial year ends of 5 April 2013. Jonathon Clark of Barchester Green Investment has produced a checklist of some of the main planning opportunities to consider – hopefully well in advance of 5 April.
From 7th January 2013, child benefit is means tested for the first time. If you earn over £50,000 and claim child benefit, the changes could increase your tax bill by thousands.
The current financial year ends on 5 April 2012. There are a number of important personal allowances and tax reliefs which will either reduce in value or disappear altogether on 6th April 2012.
Our top ten tips to reduce your tax bill. Including ensuring your tax code is correct and tax efficient disposal of a second property.
The present tax year will end on 5 April 2011, so now is a good time to consider the various allowances and reliefs you can take advantage of before the tax year comes to a close.
Shopping around for the best Cash ISA rate? For a basic rate taxpayer, a Cash ISA of £5,100 earning 2% would save only £20.40 in tax.