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    Forex Tax Planning Advice & Information

    If you're an existing forex trader/investor or are looking to 'dip you toe' in forex trading, understanding how forex profits are taxed and more importantly how you can reduce your UK tax bill is essential.

    When you consider that the current higher rate of income tax is 40% (rising to 50% next year) effectively reducing your taxes can have a huge effect on your actual 'take home' profits.

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    Spot forex trades and UK tax
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