Four tax tricks to save money when stocks and house prices are falling

British investors have watched their savings suffer as share prices plunged by a fifth and swathes of companies cut their dividends in the wake of the outbreak of Covid-19. 

Even oil giant Shell is denying shareholders a payout for the first time since the Second World War, after oil prices plummeted and world governments put a freeze on the global economy.

With forecasts suggesting around half of dividends could be put on hold this year, there will be lean times ahead. But depressed markets provide a unique opportunity to cut your future tax bill, even while remaining invested, or claw

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