It's a commonly held opinion that tax planning is only for the rich, the courts disagree, as far back as 1935 Baron Tomlin famously said, while presiding overDuke of Westminster v Commissioners of Inland Revenue:
Every man is entitled if he can to order his affairs so that the tax attaching under the appropriate Acts is less than it otherwise would be. If he succeeds in ordering them so as to secure this result, then, however unappreciative the commissioners of Inland Revenue or his fellow tax-payers may be of his ingenuity, he cannot be compelled to pay an increased tax.
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