Tax planning strategies

2016/17 Year end tax saving strategies

Sound financial planning is always advisable, but as we enter a period of economic uncertainty following the UK’s vote to leave the EU, it is now more important than ever to ensure your finances are in hand.

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That is where we can help. Although the full implications of so-called Brexit may be unclear, we can work with you to ensure your business and personal finances are in a strong position to weather whatever lies ahead.

This includes planning to make the most of the tax-saving opportunities available to you, particularly ahead of the tax year end. As your accountants, there are many ways we can help you to lower your tax liabilities, increase the profitability within your business and maximise your personal wealth. These might include:

  • making the most of the tax-efficient schemes available to you and your business
  • saving for a comfortable retirement
  • reducing your inheritance tax bill
  • driving down the cost of business motoring.

This guide considers some tax-efficient planning strategies that you might want to implement before 5 April 2017. However, there is no substitute for one-to-one advice, so be sure to contact us to discuss your individual circumstances.

Timing is key
It is essential to act now in order to minimise your tax bill and maximise tax reliefs – don’t wait until 5 April 2017! Talking to us in good time will ensure that we can discuss the tax planning opportunities available to you and help you manage your cash flow by giving you early warnings of any tax payments due.

We can help you plan for a more prosperous future, whilst ensuring that you stay compliant with the taxman. Contact us today.

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