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Tax efficient savings for pensioners

17 February 2012

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Some people assume that once you retire, you effectively become financially inactive. However, for many pensioners this simply is not the case, with many continuing to make investments and undertake other financial activity, such as casual work, in order to provide themselves with a good income in their retirement. Saving money as tax efficiently as […]

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Cut your taxes in five easy steps

16 February 2012

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Paying taxes, what is it good for? Quite a lot actually. Our taxes pay for a whole range of public services that we all use or benefit from on a regular basis, but none of us want to pay over the odds. Tax avoidance is illegal, but there are legitimate ways that you can save […]

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Start Thinking About Tax Deductions

15 February 2012

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The new year is upon us, which means tax season is here and you need to start planning your 2011 return. This time of the year brings with it a fair amount of anxiety as people begin to scribble down their write-offs in hopes of reaping the benefits of a larger return. Confusion over tax […]

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Inheritance tax planning: loan trusts

20 October 2011

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Inheritance tax planning can be complex, but there are ways of reducing your liability and still drawing an income from the money. The loan trust is one means of doing this. For the ethical investor, just as for the regular one, growth of your assets is a key aim – whatever good you can do […]

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