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    Quote Originally Posted by myles View Post
    If you go back a few pages you'll find a graph of exactly that.
    This is just observation, when looking at the data between different years previously. I observed that arrears/defaults in xmas 2017 (nov & dec17) against other months of the year showed a deterioration during the xmas months. However in prior years there wasn't any difference.

    Can confirm when get back home tomorrow, and relook at the data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leesal View Post
    Thanks. One of those age old question, tax efficiency or maximising trust assets. Nice advice and given me a lot to think about. Might consider a ltd liability company with dividends through to my partner.
    Company dividends usually go to shareholders pro rata. In your circumstances anything else will attract the attention of IRD as a tax arrangement and you'll be in strife. I suggest you see a tax specialist, but in my experience there is no simple fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ1 View Post
    there is no simple fix.
    Create a Harmoney account in your partners name... Lower tax rate means higher investment return, which results in a higher compounding effect etc. Assuming that's an option?

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    Good suggestion, but not sure an account in her name would be an option. Need to balance preservation trust capital with tax efficiency. Thanks for the suggestion, would otherwise be a good option.

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