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    Default tax avoidance and evasion no longer exist

    it is now all evaidence. Please hand your ISAs back.

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    BP's just full of it today... ISA allowance continue to rise to the point that very few people will be able to maximise it. In fact basically it's becoming a tax-break for the rich. 20k per person is huge... how many families have 40k disposable income in total each year, let alone after mortgage overpayments and so on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    BP's just full of it today... ISA allowance continue to rise to the point that very few people will be able to maximise it. In fact basically it's becoming a tax-break for the rich. 20k per person is huge... how many families have 40k disposable income in total each year, let alone after mortgage overpayments and so on?
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    btw, they are just prepping ISA as alternative to pension relief - after all no manifesto promises were made about keeping it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    BP's just full of it today... ISA allowance continue to rise to the point that very few people will be able to maximise it. In fact basically it's becoming a tax-break for the rich. 20k per person is huge... how many families have 40k disposable income in total each year, let alone after mortgage overpayments and so on?
    I thought I was full of it every day?

    Though not as much as AtW......

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    BP's just full of it today... ISA allowance continue to rise to the point that very few people will be able to maximise it. In fact basically it's becoming a tax-break for the rich. 20k per person is huge... how many families have 40k disposable income in total each year, let alone after mortgage overpayments and so on?
    You think the rich use ISAs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    BP's just full of it today... ISA allowance continue to rise to the point that very few people will be able to maximise it. In fact basically it's becoming a tax-break for the rich. 20k per person is huge... how many families have 40k disposable income in total each year, let alone after mortgage overpayments and so on?
    I was filling my isa to the max every year. but now with dividend tax rise etc that might not be the best option anymore.
    Retaining funds in the LTD is the king.
    Especially with lower CT coming next years

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChimpMaster View Post
    You think the rich use ISAs?
    They'd be stupid not to. The mega-rich might not particularly benefit but you're also confusing wealth and income in what I'm saying. A family who has 40k+ to put in long-term savings each year is very affluent.
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