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Free guide: Tax efficient investing for high earners

If you’re a high earner, you may feel your wealth is under attack.

Pension allowances and tax relief have been slashed. Dividend tax has increased for many. Changes to stamp duty and mortgage interest relief make it much harder to profit from buy-to-let.

Politicians of all stripes – even those you thought were on your side – seem to believe they need your money more than you do.

So where can you turn if you want to invest tax efficiently? 

Download your free guide by Ian Cowie, award-winning Sunday Times columnist, to find out. 

This free guide explains in plain English how you could potentially:

  • Save up to 50% income tax
  • Earn sizeable tax-free dividends – £398 million paid out in the 2017/18 tax year
  • Wipe out half of a capital gains tax bill 
  • Defer unlimited capital gains
  • Shield your money from inheritance tax
  • Get around pension restrictions

A word of caution: the investments described are not for the fainthearted. They invest in small companies, which are by nature riskier than their larger counterparts. 

The trade-off is that if you are a high net worth individual or sophisticated investor you could enjoy significant benefits.  

This free guide is not advice or a personal recommendation, but it explains the main facts you need to know, so you can decide if these opportunities are for you.

Why not download your free guide now? Simply complete this form for your free PDF download. 

Free guide: Tax efficient investing for high earners

If you’re a high earner, you may feel your wealth is under attack.

Pension allowances and tax relief have been slashed. Dividend tax has increased for many. Changes to stamp duty and mortgage interest relief make it much harder to profit from buy-to-let.

Politicians of all stripes – even those you thought were on your side – seem to believe they need your money more than you do.

So where can you turn if you want to invest tax efficiently? 

Download your free guide by Ian Cowie, award-winning Sunday Times columnist, to find out. 

This free guide explains in plain English how you could potentially:

  • Save up to 50% income tax
  • Earn sizeable tax-free dividends – £398 million paid out in the 2017/18 tax year
  • Wipe out half of a capital gains tax bill 
  • Defer unlimited capital gains
  • Shield your money from inheritance tax
  • Get around pension restrictions

A word of caution: the investments described are not for the fainthearted. They invest in small companies, which are by nature riskier than their larger counterparts. 

The trade-off is that if you are a high net worth individual or sophisticated investor you could enjoy significant benefits.  

This free guide is not advice or a personal recommendation, but it explains the main facts you need to know, so you can decide if these opportunities are for you.

Why not download your free guide now? Simply complete this form for your free PDF download.