How to forecast for the next tax bill
We are living in an exceptionally turbulent period for UK investment, with low interest rates, high inflation and mounting political and economic uncertainty. For the investor, who is seeking to boost the value of their capital without exposing themselves to excessive risk, this is far from an ideal environment to make important financial decisions.
Consider this scenario to pay a tax bill:
You have a client who has a tax bill to pay in January 2020 of £100,000. They want to put their capital to work but also need the money to be available at that time. However, with a short time frame of under 13 months, they can’t invest into most traditional market routes, which usually require a 5- 10 year view.
The client requires an intelligent, forward-thinking...
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