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We find ourselves in a period of both economic and political uncertainty in the UK. As always in these times, tax becomes a key topic of discussion with a balance often difficult to strike between revenue raising and preserving political capital. The economic climate also makes it increasingly important for you to minimise your tax liability on investments, whether in the stock-market or in bricks & mortar.

In this recording, our experts will set the scene on the tax landscape for individuals with a specific focus on property and investments. They will then discuss how tax policy may develop in the near term, including commentary on any new tax announcements made by the new Chancellor and Prime Minister.

Find out more about:

  • The current tax landscape in 2022
  • Minimising your tax liability on property and investments
  • Key considerations
  • Any tax measures announced by the new Chancellor and Prime Minister.

Key take outs from this recording:

The recording will review the tax landscape as it stands and consider the potential routes down which the UK may travel highlighting the power of good advice along the journey.


Jodie Barwick Bell

Jodie Barwick-Bell

Personal tax

Jodie has over 25 years’ experience advising private clients, business owners, trustees, and family offices. This includes six years spent in-house running family offices for two entrepreneurial, philanthropic families.

Chris Springett Personal tax
Partner, Private client tax services

Chris Springett

Personal tax

Chris has over 20 years’ experience proactively helping individuals on income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax. He specialises in advising on UK residential property, particularly the relief from capital gains tax for the family home.

Time & Location

14:00 - 15:00 GMT

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