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End of year tax breaks – use them or lose them!

Some might say that the government take more than they give when it comes to tax and in general when we think of tax its usually enough to cause a sharp intake of breath or the occasional wince.

However, as a famous British actor once said, “not a lot of people know that” – in this context not a lot of people know that there are things we can do to get some of it back.

The tax year runs from 6th April to 5th April the following year, which means you have still got time to find out how….. download our 2020/21 tax year end special

PWM 2021 tax special
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