- With tax liabilities in the spotlight, wealthier investors may consider some lesser-known techniques
- We assess some overlooked options
The prospect of a tightening tax net may well have spurred investors into action, but the most conventional routes to tax-efficiency can have their limits. The £20,000 annual tax-free allowance on Isa contributions will only go so far for wealthier individuals, while frozen thresholds on capital gains tax (CGT) and the pension lifetime allowance only up the pressure. Yet some lesser-known routes to tax efficiency exist. While each comes with its own complications, those who have used up the usual allowances could consider special measures.