A reminder that in just a few months the present tax year closes, 5 April 2020.
After this date, a whole raft of 2019-20 tax planning options for individuals will cease to be available.
These cover a multitude of opportunities to reduce your liability to Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and National Insurance. These opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Remuneration choices for director/shareholders of small companies,
- Pension planning,
- Tax effective gifts to charities,
- Repaying certain benefits to employers – for example, repaying any private petrol provided,
- Reviewing tax efficient use of investment allowances – planning capital expenditure,
- Maximising use of the “trivial benefits” exemption,
- Gifting income producing assets to spouse or civil partner,
- Considering options if your total annual income is approaching £100,000 for the first time. Income over this figure will trigger a gradual reduction in your personal tax allowance.
We cannot list all of the available options here. Each person’s financial affairs are to some extent unique.
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