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Income Tax

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Taxation of collectives held directly

This article looks at the taxation of a collective investment when owned directly by a UK resident investor and considers any additional liability which may fall on the investor.
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Savings and dividend taxation bands and allowances

Previously we have written articles covering the new taxation rules surrounding savings income and dividends. Here we provide a series of scenarios to show how these interact with an individual’s personal allowance and tax rates.
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High income child benefit charge

This article explains how the tax charge works for individuals affected by the high income child benefit charge.
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Changes to Dividend Taxation

Budget 2015 introduced changes to the way dividends will be taxed with effect from April 2016.
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Dividend taxation - an update

Further to the Summer Budget 2015, HMRC have now issued a factsheet providing some clarity on how the £5,000 dividend allowance will work from April 2016.
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The new 0% rate of tax on Savings Income

With effect from 6 April 2015 the starting rate of tax for savings income was reduced from 10% to a zero rate. In addition, the savings rate band was increased from £2880 per year to £5000 and the ability to claim tax free interest was introduced but what does this all mean to investors?
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Remittance to the UK - a taxing decision

This article summarises the key points for international advisers when deciding whether to use the remittance basis of taxation.

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