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Tax Saving from Birth to Death

A Handy Guide about... 

In a nutshell

Legitimate tax saving is what this book is all about. It explains what simple measures you need to adopt to pay less tax at key stages throughout life. Often there's very little involved, but the tax-saving consequences can be significant. This book provides all the tips you need to legitimately pay less tax.

In detail

In this book, you'll discover various tax-saving tactics to employ throughout your life. Simply dip in to the section that's of interest to you:

  • Having a family
  • Singles and couples
  • Property owners and homeworkers
  • Relationship breakdown
  • Maximising income
  • Providing for your retirement
  • Retiring
  • Death

What's more, you'll also get series of handy documents to support your claims. Use them together with our field-tested advice and saving tax will become child's play.

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Business owners, company directors and all taxpayers that want to:

  • Legitimately save tax throughout their life

In this Handy Guide you'll read about...

Table of contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 - From birth

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Avoiding income tax on interest

1.3. Avoiding capital gains tax (CGT)

1.4. Tax-free payments for parents

1.5. Long-term saving

Chapter 2 - While growing up

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Childcare vouchers

2.3. School fees

2.4. Child labour

Chapter 3 - Single people

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Working

3.3. Company cars

3.4. Furthering your education

3.5. Share schemes

3.6. Being flexible about location

3.7. Redundancy

3.8. Tax-efficient savings

3.9. Pension contributions

Chapter 4 - Couples

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Income splitting

4.3. Spouse’s salary

4.4. Paying commission to a spouse

4.5. Sharing gains

4.6. Entrepreneurs’ relief

4.7. Estate planning

4.8. Pension contributions

4.9. Partnership losses

Chapter 5 - Property

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Stamp duty land tax (SDLT)

5.3. Fixtures and fittings

5.4. Rent-a-room relief

5.5. Working from home

5.6. Private residence relief (PRR)

5.7. Switching your principal residence

5.8. Letting relief

5.9. Some variations

5.10. Gardens and grounds

5.11. Making use of your children

5.12. Joint ownership

Chapter 6 - Relationship breakdown

6.1. Introduction

6.2. Matrimonial home

6.3. Investments

6.4. Shares in the family company

6.5. Tax records

6.6. Maintenance payments

6.7. Pensions

Chapter 7 - Maximising income

7.1. Introduction

7.2. Rental income

7.3. Furnished holiday homes

7.4. Running your own business

7.5. If you decide to go limited

7.6. Tax-efficient investments

7.7. Turning income into gains

7.8. Pension contributions

7.9. Gift aid

7.10. Gifts and inheritance tax (IHT)

Chapter 8 - Providing for retirement

8.1. Introduction

8.2. Pension contributions

8.3. Passing on a business

8.4. Selling a business

8.5. Entrepreneurs’ relief

Chapter 9 - Retirement

9.1. Introduction

9.2. Should you be paying tax at all?

9.3. Increased allowances

9.4. State pension

9.5. Other pensions

9.6. Employment income

9.7. Self-employment

9.8. Letting out a room

9.9. Hired help

9.10. Basic IHT avoidance

9.11. IHT and the family home

Chapter 10 - Death

10.1. Introduction

10.2. First stage of IHT avoidance

10.3. Your will

10.4. Second stage of IHT avoidance

10.5. Business property relief (BPR)

10.6. Trusts

10.7. Trusts and IHT planning

10.8. Deathbed planning

10.9. Post-death planning

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