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A portfolio designed to lower your Inheritance Tax bill

A portfolio designed to lower your Inheritance Tax bill

Given many more investors are falling into the inheritance tax trap, former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore suggests six great AIM shares to help with your tax planning.

Seven year-end tips to minimise your tax bill

Seven year-end tips to minimise your tax bill

With just a month to go until tax year-end, Marina Gerner rounds up sensible strategies for investors who want to minimise the tax they pay and maximise their tax-efficient savings.

Capital gains tax: nine ways to cut down your bill

Capital gains tax: nine ways to cut down your bill

Capital gains tax is scooping up more taxpayers in its net. Ceri Jones explains how investors can minimise their exposure.

Seven ways to beat the dividend tax cut

Seven ways to beat the dividend tax cut

Klye Caldwell reveals how investors can minimise their dividend tax liability in light of the tax-free dividend allowance being cut to £2,000 from next April.

10 top tax year-end tips for high earners

10 top tax year-end tips for high earners

Higher earners and sophisticated investors should consider getting their tax and investment affairs in order sooner rather than later, says Ben Yearsley at Wealth Club.

How will new dividend tax rules hit investors?

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The new dividend tax setup will hit small business-owners hardest, but some investors will find their yield income affected too - Money Observer's Kyle Caldwell explains how.

How will Brexit affect expats?

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All eyes are on the UK's economy right now, but a Brexit vote in June would also drastically affect 1.2 million Britons living in other EU countries. Money Observer's David Prosser explains how.

If I live in my second home, how do I work out the capital gains tax?

If I live in my second home, how do I work out the capital gains tax?

Chartered tax adviser David Wesley-Yates explains how to calculate your capital gains tax if you move into your second home.

Autumn Statement: Second home owners bear brunt of CGT plans

Autumn Statement 2013: Second home-owners and divorcees bear brunt of property t

Despite the focus on foreign property owners in the Autumn Statement, it is UK taxpayers who will end up bearing the brunt of the new rules.

Can I invest some of my £50,000 Sharesave money in an ISA without being taxed?

Can I invest some of my Sharesave money in an ISA without being taxed?

Independent financial adviser Jason Witcombe explains how to use ISAs and "bed and spouse" with your Sharesave money, without being taxed.