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Gifts and exemptions from Inheritance Tax

Making a gift while you're still alive is one way of estate and tax planning so there's less Inheritance Tax (IHT) when you die. Learn more about this subject

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If I Reinvest My Dividends, Are They Still Taxable?

If you reinvest your dividends, you still pay taxes as though you received the cash. Stock dividends are generally not taxable until the stock is sold.

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Income tax on savings and investments - Which?

Which? gives you all the info you need to calculate tax on savings and investments, and shows you which products are completely tax free.

Find out how the personal savings allowance works and when you have to pay tax on interest from your savings accounts. Savings And Investment, Investment Companies, Personal Savings, Building Society, Corporate Bonds, Savings Accounts, Tax Free

Tax on savings

Find out how the personal savings allowance works and when you have to pay tax on interest from your savings accounts.

Find out how the personal savings allowance works and when you have to pay tax on interest from your savings accounts. Savings And Investment, Investment Companies, Personal Savings, Building Society, Corporate Bonds, Savings Accounts, Tax Free

Tax on savings

Find out how the personal savings allowance works and when you have to pay tax on interest from your savings accounts.

Dividends can be a great way to generate a regular income from your investments. But, as with any income, you may have to pay tax. Find out how to calculate dividend tax in and Savings And Investment, Investment Companies, Investing In Shares, Capital Gains Tax, Tax Credits, Income Tax, Free Personals, I Work Out

Dividend tax

Dividends can be a great way to generate a regular income from your investments. But, as with any income, you may have to pay tax. Find out how to calculate dividend tax in 2019-20 and 2020-21.

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Tax on dividends

How you're taxed on dividend payments and how your income affects the amount of tax to pay

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Ask an expert: are savings and dividends taxable? – Which? News

Which? Money experts explain what the new self-assessment tax rules could mean for money earned on savings interest and dividends

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New savings and dividend tax rules – the essential guide

The announcements in 2015 of a new ‘personal savings allowance’ and ‘dividend allowance’ sounded straightforward enough. We were told that from 6 April 2016, people would be able to have tax-free savings income of £1,000 (or £500 for higher rate taxpayers) and tax-free dividends of £5,000. The former is a welcome change for some low-income savers; the latter makes no difference at all for those with small amounts of dividends but can mean an extra charge where dividend income is over £5,000…