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Your Money

How to deal with the new dividend tax

By Leonora Walters , 14 July 2015

A new regime for dividend taxation will mean investors with large portfolios pay a lot more tax unless they plan ahead and make use of their various allowances.

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The chancellor has raised the prospect of scrapping upfront pensions tax relief altogether

Summer budget predictions on pensions and tax

The Chancellor will be looking to raise tax and is likely to some major reforms in train.

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Our reader and his wife want to retire abroad with an income of £25,000.


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