If you’re new to investing, one of the most important things you need to think about is how to invest tax efficiently.
As Jonathan Hollow explains in the latest video in this series for first-time investors, it’s a bad idea to pay more tax than you need to — or not to take advantage of the substantial tax incentives on offer to UK investors.
JONATHAN HOLLOW worked for the UK Government’s Money and Pensions Service and is a writer and commentator on consumer education and protection. He is the co-author, with Robin Powell, of the award-winning book How to Fund the Life You Want, which is published by Bloomsbury.
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