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End of Tax Year Planning

Are You Making the Most of Your Tax Allowances?

It’s a really important question to ask yourself. You work hard to make money and you wouldn’t just throw your money down the drain, so why would you give anymore to the tax man?

The tax deadline is April 5th, 2022. That may be more than two months away, but it’s the most important date in the financial year to ensure you are making the most of your eligible allowances - if you don’t use them, you’ll lose them – and it will cost you.

From pensions, to ISA’s and IHT planning, there are a range of tools designed to help you save money in tax.


Below, we outline the key points to consider when tax planning and how Reeves Independent can work alongside you to help reduce your tax bill

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Everyone wants to pay less tax. That’s natural.

There are many ways to reduce the income, capital gains and inheritance tax that people pay, specifically when it comes to saving in a pension.

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Tax Planning Insights


End of Tax Year Planning Checklist Guide

To ensure you preserve your wealth, it is important to utilise all the tax reliefs and allowances available. Here is are our year- end tax planning checklist.

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Important information

Pensions are a long term commitment, you may not be able to access your pension funds until the age of 55 (currently), investments can go down as well as up and you might not get back your initial capital. Pension and tax legislation does and can change in the future which could impact your pension.

The value of your investment and any income from it could fall or rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. We always recommend you talk to a qualified financial adviser before making any investment decisions.  

Please note: The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate advice on commercial mortgages, some buy to let mortgages and matters of taxation including inheritance tax planning. Tax rates and reliefs are dependent upon individual circumstances.