david windramAs the end of the current tax year approaches now is a good time to review your tax and financial position. Making use of available allowances and exemptions could potentially avoid unnecessary tax payments. There are a number of options to mitigate your exposure to tax and some of these may be applicable to your individual circumstances.  

Below is a brief checklist of things that you should consider ahead of the end of the tax year: 

If you are considering selling or transferring residential property, there are new rules which may affect your proposed transaction, therefore, please contact us for advice.

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Murray Beith Murray Tax Manager, David Windram, is an expert in tax compliance and tax planning issues for individuals, trusts, executries and partnerships. 

If you would like to discuss your tax position, or you would like to explore any of the above options, please get in touch with Murray Beith Murray today using the Enquiry Form or call us now on {{CONTACT_NUMBER}}.

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