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Tax Saving Tactics for
Salary Earners

By Christopher Field FCCA

This brand new tax guide will help you pay less income tax and national insurance on your salary.

It’s not just the self-employed or wealthy who can reduce their tax bills – there are a surprisingly large number of allowances, exemptions, and reliefs that salaried employees can use to save thousands of pounds every year.

Tax Saving Tactics for Salary Earners contains both simple tax planning strategies and the more sophisticated ones that most people are completely unaware of.

It is essential reading for:

What Information is Contained in the Guide?

Subjects covered include:

Tax-Free Benefits in Kind

The guide contains details of all the tax-free benefits you can enjoy including:
  • Childcare
  • Mobile phones
  • Parking
  • Computers
  • Work canteens
  • Business trips and holidays
  • Cheap loans
  • Long-service awards
  • Staff suggestion schemes
  • Gyms and sports facilities
  • Relocation expenses
  • Eye tests and health care
  • Staff parties
  • Bicycles
  • Life insurance
  • Gifts and entertainment

Salary Sacrifice Schemes

These can save you both income tax and national insurance. In many cases you can also enjoy your employer’s national insurance saving. Find out how to:

Tax-Free Expenses

There are many expenses you can claim, including:

This book will show just how far you can push the boat out.

How to Protect Your Child Benefit

Child benefit is extremely valuable (worth £1,752 per year if you have two children and £2,449 if you have three children). However, it gets taken away when your income exceeds £50,000. Find out how to protect it by:

Contractors & Personal Service Companies

Contractors often work through their own companies and the guide covers personal service companies in tremendous detail, including:

Staff Share Schemes

These can save you income tax, national insurance and capital gains tax. The guide covers all the main schemes including:

Part-time Businesses

Some salary earners also have part-time businesses and in this part we explain all the tax rules, including:

Future Tax Changes

The book also covers a whole bunch of important future tax changes, including the Government’s new childcare vouchers scheme, the new employee shareholder status and new limits for tax-free loans.


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About the Author

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Christopher Field FCCA is a Chartered Certified Accountant living in Surrey. He qualified in 1988 and set up his own accountancy practice, Acumen Accounting, in 2000. He specialises in tax planning and compliance work for small companies.


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