Tax Planning

The earlier you start, the better the results

Tax Advice

Personal investments, pensions and everyday income, it’s important to take tax advice to protect what’s rightfully yours.

We come across many situations where individuals and families have carefully crafted plans for the future, only to be hit by unexpected tax liabilities. Failure to take tax advice at an early stage can leave you with a significant financial headache.

That’s where we come in. We can help protect your assets and income, taking care of the complexities while you enjoy life!

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The Benefits of Tax Advice

We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority to provide advice on a full range of financial planning.

  • Benefit - 01

    Adapting to changing regulations

    Keeping up with changing regulations is challenging, deciding the right course of action is not always obvious, but this is our area of expertise.

  • Benefit - 02

    Avoid penalties and fines

    You pay enough tax, so why pay more? Tax advice can keep you on the straight and narrow and avoid any hidden surprises.

  • Benefit - 03

    Reducing tax on savings 

    Maximising funds on deposit, your personal savings interest allowance, tax-free umbrellas and the dangers of exceeding limits.

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    Inheritance Tax Planning

    When looking at estate planning and inheritance tax, it’s easier to work backwards; identify what you want and we will seek a solution.

    Working together, we will look to protect your hard earned wealth, seeking a tax efficient means of distributing your assets and making sure they go to those you care about. It’s dangerous to become complacent, with inheritance tax allowances and regulations changing on a regular basis.

    You may not be able to avoid inheritance tax, but there are certainly ways in which it can be mitigated, ensuring that your legacy lives on.

    Why Informed Financial Planning?


    • Are ISAs subject to inheritance tax?

      Yes, an ISA forms part of your estate and therefore would be considered for your Inheritance tax liability. However, there are ways to change this if it’s a problem for you.

    • Do you pay capital gains tax on inherited property?

      Capital gains tax (CGT) is not payable on death, therefore a property can be gifted as part of someone’s estate without CGT being due. However, if it increases in value from the date they receive it, CGT would be payable when the property is sold by the beneficiary.

    • Do you pay tax on savings interest? 

      Banks and building societies usually pay interest gross and do not deduct tax at source, that doesn’t mean tax isn’t due on your savings interest. In most cases there are reliefs available to reduce the level of tax you pay on your interest, and the amount you pay will be based on your total earnings and other income. Nonetheless, bank interest is taxable and subject to normal rates of income tax.

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