Andrew Aldridge: Time to cheer UK's world-class tax-efficient schemes

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Andrew Aldridge: "Ultimately, the benefits of any tax reliefs offered by government are to encourage behaviour."
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Andrew Aldridge: "Ultimately, the benefits of any tax reliefs offered by government are to encourage behaviour."

The UK is internationally renowned as a great home for young growth-focused businesses and, says Andrew Aldridge, advisers should ensure appropriate clients are also aware of this - and the associated opportunities

While the rumblings and political discontent continue around Brexit and the ‘turmoil' the UK in which the UK now finds itself - at least according to Donald Trump anyway - it is sometimes prudent to take...

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