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12 top tips to save tax this Christmas

There are a variety of ways to claw back some of the tax that you have paid, provided you take action before 31st December 2012, writes Rory Meehan of RSM Farrell Grant Sparks.

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You can claw back some of the tax that you have paid, provided you take action before 31st December 2012, writes Rory Meehan.

The recent Budget has left individuals facing into 2013 with some trepidation. However, there are still a variety of ways in which you can claw back some of the tax that you have paid, provided you take action before 31st December 2012. Rory Meehan, Tax Partner at RSM Farrell Grant Sparks provides more detail on how you can claim tax back this Christmas.

The time limit for claiming repayments of tax is four years. Therefore, any repayment...

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