No-one wants to leave the taxman a tip!
Few of us relish the idea of paying more tax than we need to, but tax rules in the UK are amongst the trickiest in the world. They are very complicated and change often.
There are perfectly legitimate ways for you to reduce the tax you have to pay. These include maximising your allowances to make pension contributions, and paying into ISAs and other products that attract tax relief.
Business owners can make use of their business to reduce tax. Trusts can also be used for tax planning, but they are complicated and not always right for your circumstances.
Tax savings can also be made with effective estate planning which can reduce or even eliminate the amount of Inheritance Tax that has to be paid when you die. However, few of these approaches are straightforward and they should form part of a broader financial plan.
Maximise tax allowancesWe’ll advise you on how to maximise your allowances to pay as much money as you can afford into pensions and other investments.
Identify opportunitiesWe’ll identify alternative ways of investing wealth, such as trusts and bonds, which are tax-efficient but still help you achieve your goals.
Identify pitfallsIt’s easy to end up paying tax unnecessarily. For example, the rules around Capital Gains Tax change frequently. We can help you avoid those pitfalls.
Why choose us?
Our clients explain why they trust Flying Colours for financial advice, and why they’ve continued to work with us over the years.
The best advice has been to use my money wisely and invest it for the future.
They listen to what we want, advise us, and don’t make judgements.
I’d describe Flying Colours as professional, knowledgeable, and a safe pair of hands.