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Your Money

How to earn £40,000 tax free

By Moira O'Neill , 27 February 2015

Tax tip: We explain how to draw a 4.6 per cent yield on an £858,000 portfolio completely free of tax

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Beware of dodgy Sipp investments

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How can I pass my Isa monies to my family?

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