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Guide 7 allowances you might want to use before the end of the 2023/24 tax year

When a new tax year starts, many allowances reset. So, checking if you could make use of allowances before Friday 5th  April 2024, when the 2023/24 tax year ends, might help your money go further.

Complete the form below to download your copy of our latest guide to discover seven allowances you may want to use before the current tax year ends. The guide covers the following topics:

  1. Marriage Allowance
  2. ISA allowance
  3. JISA allowance
  4. Dividend Allowance
  5. Capital Gains Tax Annual Exempt Amount
  6. Pension Annual Allowance
  7. Inheritance Tax annual exemption

It’s not too soon to make a plan for the 2024/25 tax year either. Thinking about which allowances could make sense for you may help you manage your outgoings. For example, you might choose to make monthly deposits into your ISA rather than contribute a lump sum at the end of the tax year. Please contact us to talk about your finances and how allowances may help you get more out of your money.

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It’s important to understand which allowances fit into your financial plan and suit your goals. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Email: advise-me@fosterdenovo.com Call: 0330 332 7866

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate estate and tax planning.

The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

A pension is a long-term investment not normally accessible until 55 (57 from April 2028). The fund value may fluctuate and can go down, which would have an impact on the level of pension benefits available. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

The tax implications of pension withdrawals will be based on your individual circumstances.

Thresholds, percentage rates and tax legislation may change in subsequent Finance Acts.

The guide is based on our current understanding of legislation, which is subject to change.

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