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    Asset Preservation Partnership LLP

    Helping you to retain more of your wealth

Our Services

Bespoke Tax Advice to Managing Directors, Owners and high net worth individuals.

Inheritance Tax

40% tax on death on the earned assets of business owners is not what they had in mind when they first started.

Corporation Tax

Structure your tax correctly to ensure that you only pay for what you owe.

R&D Tax Credits

Qualifying R&D activity for the purposes of the Tax Reliefs may be undertaken in almost any industry.

Testimonials

"invaluable advice"

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Taxation advice

“I have no hesitation in recommending Asset Preservation services to anyone who is looking for taxation advice from someone who places such importance on integrity.” SM, Creative Director, Berkshire

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Substantial tax savings

“Asset Preservation have helped Business clients of mine maximise their profitability through substantial tax savings as well as protect their future by ensuring they have efficient partnership agreements.” GE, MD, WMoS Ltd

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First rate

“I have worked in conjunction with Asset Preservation for four years now, and found the advice and support they give to clients first rate.” AB, Consultant, MW

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Company finances

“Asset Preservation provided me with invaluable advice regarding management of my company finances. This has led to a reduction in the annual corporation tax liability as a direct result.” FB, Owner, BC Ltd

Our Latest Blog Posts

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Do You Know How Much Inheritance Tax your Estate is Liable For?

Last summer, the Duke of Westminster passed away with a £9B estate and is expected to pay little or no IHT. [Source: Daily Mail] When the 2nd Duke died in 1936, following a court case, the judge ruled it was ‘every man’s right to order his affairs to reduce his tax bill by whatever means […]

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What Happens to Your Business When You Die?

Too many business owners make no provision in their will [assuming they have one] for their business. In one recent case, a builder had a stroke on site that eventually led to his death. Because their was no business continuity planning in his will, the company bank accounts were frozen which led to the collapse […]

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Foreign Assets in Your Will

If you own property abroad, you should arrange a Will in that country, to avoid costly fees and much Probate delay.