It’s legal, but is it moral? Investing in an ISA is considered sensible tax avoidance, but do we cast putting property in your spouse’s name to lower your tax bill in the same light? This week on Moral Money, Lauren Davidson and Sam Meadows from The Telegraph’s Personal Finance team are joined by star columnist, Janet Daley to debate just that. And there’s no sitting on the fence here.
Plus, they advise a reader whose father’s taste for luxury has left him worried about the state of his inheritance. But can he really ask him to stop?
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Money. It’s one of a few topics that you’re told to avoid in polite company.
But The Telegraph’s personal finance journalists, Lauren Davidson and Sam Meadows, aren’t polite company. Join them and special guest Tim Stanley as they unpick two thorny financial problems sent in by readers.
Up for discussion: Is it OK to game the state school system by buying catchment-area property? And can you ask your 17-year-old nephew to return a charitable donation you made for a marathon he didn’t run?
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