It's that time of the year again when we are all working on our New Year's resolutions.. but what are yours? Saving money on tax payments should be on everybody's list this year! Read our latest article to find out how you can do this...
How to save tax?
Now is a good time to start planning your tax affairs before the end of the tax year arrives on 5th April 2020. An obvious tax planning point would be to maximise your ISA allowances for the 2019/20 tax year (currently £20,000 each).
You might also want to consider increasing your pension savings before 5th April 2020 as the unused annual pension allowance is lost after three years.
For those looking to do some inheritance tax planning, now would be a good time to review (or make) your Will.
For most taxpayers the maximum pension contribution is £40,000 each tax year, although this depends on their earnings. This limit covers both contributions by the individual and their employer.
Note that the unused allowance for a particular tax year may be carried forward for three years and can be added to the relief for the current tax year, but then lapses if unused. Hence the unused pension allowance for 2016/17 will lapse on 5th April 2020 if unused. Note that under the current rules the net after tax cost of saving £10,000 in a personal pension for a higher rate taxpayer is only £6,000.
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