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Money Marketing launches tax planning roadshows

Money Marketing is hosting a series of roadshows across the country to help advisers get to grips with key tax and financial planning opportunities.

The Money Marketing Tax Planning Update will bring together a number of key industry figures. Each event focuses on the scope for advisers to add value through tax planning using tax shelters such as Isas, pensions and life assurance based investments.

The aim of each session is to provide all delegates with critical insight of the tax planning opportunities and pitfalls for 2012/2013. The first event will be held in Manchester on June 19 with four further events in September culminating with one in London on September 27.

Confirmed attendees at the event include Taxbriefs editorial director Danby Bloch, Technical Connection managing editor Tony Wickenden, James Hay Partnership head of technical support Neil MacGillivray and Tax Efficient Review editor Martin Churchill.

Dates for the morning events are as follows:

June 19th – Manchester

Sept 18th – Cardiff

Sept 20th – Cumbernauld

Sept 25th – Solihull

Sept 27th – London

For more information go to http://www.taxplanningupdate.co.uk/index.html

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