Plan ahead to avoid tax surprises

March 2013
British Journal of Hospital Medicine (17508460);Mar2013, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p176
Academic Journal
The article discusses the annual allowances throughout the financial year allowing you to save and invest up to a certain amount of taxes and how this allowances will affect the planning next year. The articles also discusses the pension funds which has a limit to build up during your working lifetime before tax charges are applied. To keep the tax liabilities to minimum financial advisers advice is needed to get more information on tax allowances and their deadlines.


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