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Peter McGahan
WHEN the FTSE100 nosedived in at the turn of the century, it was fifteen years later those exposed to that market would see the index return to its December 1999 level.

What workplace perks do I pay tax on?

Feargal McCormack
QUESTION: My small business has got bigger over the years and I am keen to reward my loyal workforce with any tax free benefits that are available.

Salary or dividend - what's best when you work for the family firm?

Janette Burns
QUESTION: Should I pay myself a dividend from my family company or am I better paying myself a salary? ANSWER: As a shareholder in a company it is possible to take advantage of a number of tax planning opportunities which are not available to other business structures.

Two or five-year fixed rate?

Gareth McKeown
WHAT is a mortgage owner to do? Most have acclimatised to ultra-low rates well below the norm.

Before your year ends

Paddy Harty
QUESTION: I have a small family business that is operated through a limited company with a September 30 year end.

Are you a snowflake?

Michael Kennedy
IT’S the latest buzzword for describing people currently in their 20s and early 30s, and falls somewhat short of being a compliment.

Inheritance stealth taxing

Peter McGahan
INHERITANCE tax is comfortably one of the most crippling of all taxes, particularly for beneficiaries.

Equity release costs to increase?

Peter McGahan
FOLLOWING on from last week’s column on equity release and its alternatives, let’s consider some of the risks and potential problems you could encounter.

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