Neil MacGillivray: The tax quirks of jointly held investments between spouses

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Neil MacGillivray: The tax quirks of jointly held investments between spouses

While tax planning is relatively easy where investments are held in an individual’s own name, on Valentine's Day Neil MacGillivray says great care is needed when it comes to jointly held investments between spouses...

Last month, I looked at how married couples and civil partners could consider transferring investments from one party to the other to maximise unused allowances and lower tax rates. This article will...

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