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Will The Tax Rise Raise Money?

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Since we're arguing about the tax rise, let's take a view from a sample of HPC folks. Dunno how many are affected directly or indirectly by this: obviously those earning >£100k are most directly relevant.

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I am able to "Buy as you earn" which comes out of my pre-tax and pre-national insurance earnings. It's not a great amount but every little helps. The shares have to be held between three and five years (depending on type of share) to be completely free of any liability to repay tax.

EDIT: I only mention this because the last option says "Other (please tell us - I want to know)?"

I note three others have also ticked other.

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I am able to "Buy as you earn" which comes out of my pre-tax and pre-national insurance earnings. It's not a great amount but every little helps. The shares have to be held between three and five years (depending on type of share) to be completely free of any liability to repay tax.

EDIT: I only mention this because the last option says "Other (please tell us - I want to know)?"

I note three others have also ticked other.

Thanks for sharing :)

I guess that counts as converting income to capital gains, and it's a nice way to do it.

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im putting more into the pension both because it means i have a pension, but also because it seems a good way to lower my tax liability.

i cant see any other ways other than lying. which i wouldnt do.

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im putting more into the pension both because it means i have a pension, but also because it seems a good way to lower my tax liability.

i cant see any other ways other than lying. which i wouldnt do.

Well, several other ways are listed in the poll. And the responses tell us there are ways not listed there.

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