Key Guides January 2019
KEY GUIDES JANUARY 2019
Updated Key Guides now available
We are delighted to make available to you our updated and freshly designed Key Guides. There are eleven updated Key Guides publications, covering a wide range of topics that we hope you will find interesting.
Each guide offers you an essential introduction to a key topic of financial planning, covering the latest developments announced in the 2018 Budget, and coming in to effect in April with the new tax year.
With key headline announcements coming into effect in April, such as the personal allowance increasing ahead of schedule, it is just as important as ever to make sure you are getting the latest advice. With the new tax year bringing deadlines for key allowances, you should make sure you’re making the most of the opportunities available to you.
Our updated Key Guides include: –
- The 2018 Budget: With changes announced to the personal allowance, income tax thresholds, capital gains tax, property transaction taxes and more, our full set of guides covers the latest tax situation.
- Updated planning points: Our handy pop-out tips have been updated across the range, helping you to ask the right questions about your financial planning.
The Key Guides are designed to give an insight into each topic covered and highlight some of the more important issues. If you need any further information on any of the topics covered, contact Paul Southward or your usual KSK contact.
The download to each of the updated Key Guides can be found here: –
INVESTING TAX EFFICIENTLY
MAKING TAX DIGITAL
Contact: Paul Southward direct for the latest news and updates on preparing your business for Making Tax Digital
PENSION TAX PLANNING FOR HIGH EARNERS
MAKING THE MOST OF FRINGE BENEFITS
STARTING AND SELLING A BUSINESS
STRATEGIES FOR A HIGH TAX ENVIRONMENT
TAX ALLOWANCES FOR BUSINESS INVESTMENT
COMPANIES – TAX EFFICIENT PROFIT EXTRACTION
TAXATION OF PROPERTY
WORKING THROUGH PERSONAL SERVICE COMPANIES
ESTATE PLANNING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
If you have any difficulties accessing the Key Guides or have any queries, contact Paul Southward.