Directory results

 
Result 1 of 6 results
  • Tax Breaks - Property investors - reduce your capital gains tax bills
    Capital gains made from the sale of residential properties are taxed at a higher rate than other gains. This is bad news if you’re a buy-to-let property investor, but there is a way you can improve the situation. What does it involve?
    Click here
  • Tax Breaks - How to delay and reduce a CGT bill
    Cashing in an investment with a view to replacing it with a better performing one is a sound plan. The trouble is you might lose some of your reinvestment in capital gains tax. This might be avoidable, but how?
    Click here
  • Tax Breaks - Avoid EIS overkill
    You intend to invest in an enterprise investment scheme to defer a tax bill on capital gains you made last year. How much should you put in to ensure maximum tax efficiency?
    Click here
  • Tax Breaks - EIS tax relief goes back and forth
    You can use a single payment to an enterprise investment scheme to reduce your tax bills for both earlier and future years. How’s it done?
    Click here
  • Tax Breaks - Planning a tax-efficient seed investment
    The seed enterprise investment scheme offers generous tax breaks for those putting money into new companies. What extra steps can you take to improve these tax advantages?
    Click here
  • Tax Breaks - Tax-free gains on shares
    Investing in another company can be a risky business at the best of times. But if you think you're on to a winner, you won't want to miss out. If the venture is a success, and the company's share value increases, you may end up with a big Capital Gains Tax (CGT) bill when you sell the shares. However, there may be a way to avoid CGT altogether by making the investment through your own company.
    Click here
 
Result 1 of 6 results