Tax Efficient Investing
At Westminster Wealth Management, we know how important tax is in terms of financial planning. That is why we have been helping personal and corporate clients to organise their affairs in a tax-efficient manner for over two decades.
Whilst HMRC’s stance on anything that is not statutory in nature has hardened, we continue to believe in the importance of tax-efficient investments as part of your overall investment strategy.
Successive governments have created and implemented legislation to support certain types of investment, and we seek to use non-contentious solutions based on these statutory allowances. The tax relief can be up to 50% of the amount invested, or may provide significant risk mitigation.
We have a very strict due diligence process and dedicated resources for all such investments. Several of our key members are particularly skilled in this arena, and oversee the entire group’s activities, meaning we can apply the full breadth and depth of both our knowledge and experience when advising you in these matters.
As with any aspect of financial planning, it is essential to build a detailed picture of your current position, both in terms of asset base and past, present and likely future tax liabilities. We will also make sure we fully understand your attitude towards tax and tax risk, and where appropriate, we will work with your other professional advisers to provide a co-ordinated solution - which may require either a simple overhaul or more complex tax re-structuring.
We believe this approach adds significant value to every client's overall financial position. Moreover, our level of expertise has led to a number of other IFAs referring their clients to us for advice in this specific area.
Westminster Wealth offers full advice to clients on:
Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS)
Venture Capital Trusts (VCT)
Seed Enterprise Investment Schemes (SEIS)
The personal information disclosed will be treated as confidential and held in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
Past performance is not a guide to, nor does it guarantee, future performance.
You should be aware that the value of an investment can fall as well as rise and that investors may not get back the amount they invested.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate tax advice or trusts.