- How do you save enough money to pay for school fees?
- What is the most tax efficient savings method for saving for education costs?
- Is there a benefit to you in receiving financial advice?
- What is the impact of compound investing?
- If you are earning over £100,000 then you lose £1 of the £12,500 personal allowance for every £2 that you earn. This equates to an effective tax rate of 62% between £100,000 and £125,000.
- If you earn over £150,000 you lose £1 of annual pension allowance for every extra £2 earnt until earning over £210,000. At this point, annual pension contributions are capped at £10,000. If you exceed this, any additional contributions will be liable to 45% tax.
- What happens to your lifestyle and your children’s education if you lose your job through ill health and you are unable to continue working?
- Is your dividend income tax free?
- Do you utilise all of your personal tax allowances every year?
- Do you have a Capital Gains Tax liability and are you able to defer it?
- Are your investments growing in the most tax efficient way?
Depending on your personal circumstances utilising any of the following opportunities could be beneficial to you:
- ISA Investments
- Unit Trust Investments
- Offshore Investment Bonds
- Tax Efficient Investments
- Life, Critical Illness and Income Protection Policies
- Pension Contributions
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