Year end tax planning checklist

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17 March 2015


Hazlewoods200With Christmas over and tax returns for 2013/14 perhaps only just filed thoughts of checking your tax position for the 2014/15 tax year may not be top of your list.

However, with just a month or so to go before the end of the current tax year any potential tax planning needs to be considered sooner rather than later.

We have devised a checklist of the top 10 year end planning ideas which include some quick wins and some more complex ideas to ensure that full advantage of the allowances and reliefs provided by the Government are taken.

View it here.



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