Tax On Shares
How to Avoid Tax On Shares
Tax on shares can be a massive expense for many share traders. As with any other large capital gain, when you make substancial profit from your investments, the government wants a chunk - and often not a small one either.
Making sure that you employ adequate tax planning measures can significantly reduce the amount of capital gains tax you are likely to pay on your stock market profits.
There are a number of tried and tested tax planning techniques that could easily reduce the tax on shares profits, all of which are clearly outlined and explained in our book "How to Avoid Tax on Your Stock Market Profits" by Lee Hadnum. You can get full details and view the contents of the guide by following the link below:
Tax on Shares - Pay Less Capital Gains Tax on Shares
It contains comprehensive information on a large number of subjects relevant to how your stocks and shares are taxed. All investment areas are covered including equities, futures, forex and many more. Essential reading for all levels of trader - beginner or seasoned professional - the guide is packed with real life examples and case studies to help you save tax on shares.
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