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Money—How to Save It, Spend It, and Make It provides practical guidance about money in terms of investment, income, and profit. This book focuses on the three main topics, namely, on buying profitably, on saving money on taxation, and on making money by investment.
Organized into three parts encompassing 36 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the method of getting the best value of money by understanding how to keep taxation at a minimum legitimately and how to invest at the best advantage. This text then discusses the concept of annuity mortgage, which is a mortgage loan on a property to be bought. Other chapters consider the various components of income tax. This book discusses as well the important distinction between income from working and investment income for tax purposes. The final chapter deals with investments in trust units, trust shares, or other equities.
This book is a valuable resource for readers who are interested in saving and making money.
Part I. Spending with Profit
1. How Much are You Paying
2. Cutting the Cost
3. Assurance and Insurance; or Something for Practically Nothing
4. Your Biggest Buy—House Purchase at a Profit
Addendum to part I
A. Government Option Mortgage Scheme re House Purchase
B. Government 100% Mortgage Scheme re House Purchase
Part II. Cut Down Your Tax Bill
5. The General Picture
6. Allowances—Claim All you Can
7. When to Get Married, and Wives Who Work
8. Tax Returns and Checking the Bill
9. Tax Relief—Older People and Small Incomes
10. Covenants, or Doubling Your Money
11. Under or Overpaid Tax—How Do They Work it out
12. Error or Mistake; or Keeping out of Jail
13. P.A.Y.E. and Tax Schedules
14. Going into Business
15. Repayment Claims
17. Capital Gains and More Tax
18. Limited Companies and Their Taxes
Part III. Profit and Pleasure from Investing
19. General Considerations
20. Safe and Sound. (Short-term Risk-Free Investment)
21. Of Greater Interest. (Longer-term Risk-Free Investment)
22. Fresh Pastures. (Thinking about Risks)
23. Deeper Waters. (Risking a Small Loss)
24. The Crystal Ball - A Look at Interest Rates
25. More Risk—But More Potential Reward
26. Spreading the Risk - Unit Trusts
27. Unit Trusts and Life Assurance
28. The Last Lifeline - Investment Trusts
29. Cutting Free the Anchor - Ordinary Shares Your Own Choice
30. Where and When to Choose Shares
31. Redeeming Your Mistakes
32. Buying and Selling Securities
33. Checking How You Stand
34. Information for the Owners - Company Accounts
35. Looking at the Market and What I Like Myself
36. Tying up the Loose Ends
1. Earned Income and Earned Income Allowance
2. Interest from Which Tax is Not Deducted before Receipt
3. Income Tax Reliefs and Allowances as at 1967/8
4. Expenses which May Be Claimed as Deductions from Income When Computing Tax Due
5. Income and the Annual Return
7. Schedules and Cases
8. Price Range for Certain Government Securities Where There is No Capital Gains Tax
9. Calculation of "Yield to Redemption"
10. Government Stocks on the Post Office Register which Can Be Purchased through the Post Office Savings Department (as at February 1968)
Addendum Re Budget Proposals 1968
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 2013
- 1st January 1968
- eBook ISBN:
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