On 5 April 2018 the 2017/18 tax year closes and, with it, the opportunity to utilise a number of generous allowances and exemptions. With concerns regarding the impact of Brexit persisting, and worries over US politics both domestically and abroad still dominating headlines, investors may well be distracted from giving their personal financial situation the attention it needs. Therefore, to assist individuals in navigating the end of the 2017/18 tax year, we have prepared a useful checklist of items that ought to be considered in advance of 6 April:

Checklist – Tax Year End 2017/18


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John graduated from the University of Southampton with a joint-honours degree in Economics and Politics and subsequently joined Saunderson ...
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