Can I reduce my IHT bill using equity release?

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Taking out a mortgage reduced tax — but beware the interest

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Tax implications of letting through Airbnb

The benefits of setting up as a limited company

How will non-dom rule changes affect me?

How the rules will affect individuals

How to qualify for entrepreneurs’ relief?

Advice on selling our family business

Can we hold on to our interest-only mortgage?

HSBC wants to move us to a repayment loan

Can I contest my uncle’s will?

Are dependants able to make a legal claim against beneficiaries?

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Can I claim back IHT on property?

Will falling prices affect the tax owed?

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How can I trace my lost pension pots?

I am concerned that I’ll lose out on some of my savings

Why are direct debits slow to activate?

Two weeks seems too long: are they hoping I’ll miss my payment?


Which 0% credit card deal should I get?

I would like to transfer my debt

Transferring a pension overseas

We delve into the mechanics of Qrops

Where should I buy-to-let?

Experts give their suggestions on where to purchase

How long will maintenance payments continue?

I am divorced with two children

Tax implications of exercising options

Minimising liabilities on gains made on shares

How can I set up an employer’s pension?

Are there advantages to saving through a work scheme?

Should I use a deed of variation?

Pros and cons for legal vehicles

Where can I invest church savings?

Can I get more than 0.5% in interest?

Saving for my vulnerable grandson

Should I put the money in trust?

Checking my tax bill

How much do I owe the taxman?

Too late to disclose Swiss tax?

How can I resolve my father’s bank account situation?


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