Paraplanner Zone: Piers Denne


Piers Denne from Future Capital Partners looks at the implications of the 50% tax regime for investors.

Q. What changes have come into force? A. The implications of a 50% tax regime would appear to be very simple; at one level it means that for those liable for this higher rate, i.e. taxable annual income...

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