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Money MarketingTony Wickenden: Using VCTs and EISs in retirement planningMoney MarketingFor example, thanks to the higher personal allowance and NIC starting point, an employee earning £26,000 a year will save £101.20 in tax and NICs in 2018/19 but face an extra £318.24 in net auto-enrolment contributions (assuming the employer pays their ...25-04-2018

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Tony Wickenden: Using VCTs and EISs in retirement planning
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For example, thanks to the higher personal allowance and NIC starting point, an employee earning £26,000 a year will save £101.20 in tax and NICs in 2018/19 but face an extra £318.24 in net auto-enrolment contributions (assuming the employer pays their ...

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