Year End Tax Guide 2022/23

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This has been the third successive extraordinary tax year. The pandemic years of 2020 and 2021 were followed by surging inflation, and fears of an extended recession across the UK. Arranging your finances as tax-efficiently as possible is therefore extremely important, particularly as we approach the end of the tax year on the 5th April 2023. Our Year End Tax Guide shows you lots of ways to do exactly that!

How to use the guide

Each section comes with a set of planning points, which you can use as a checklist to ensure you consider all of the key areas.

Please bear in mind though that this is a general guide, and cannot replace the value of a conversation that takes account of your unique circumstances, so please get in touch if you’d like to discuss your personal position before making any decisions.

What’s included?

  • Personal allowances and reliefs
  • ISAs
  • Pension Contributions
  • Inheritance tax
  • Property taxes
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Business asset Disposal Relief
  • Non-domiciled tax
  • Tax-efficient staff benefits
  • Corporation Tax
  • VAT
  • Penalties

If you’d like to download your own copy of our Year End Tax Guide, you can do that by clicking on the button below.

Some of these opportunities will disappear on the 6th April 2023, as they new financial year starts, but some may also be affected by the Spring Budget, scheduled for the 15th March 2023. We’ll send our budget summary to clients and anyone on our mailing list as quickly after the Chancellor’s Speech as possible. If you’d like to receive your own copy, add your details below and we’ll take care of it!

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