Transfer window

Wickenden, Tony
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p47
The article discusses methods that could help tax savings through asset transfers in Great Britain. The author explains that when transferring shares or unit trust units, one should sign a stock transfer form which will be sent together with the certificates to the registrar or the manager. He also describes the processes involved when transferring cash in a bank account.


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