An fully updated edition of the annual guide to your tax position, written by tax experts at Ernst and Young, and designed to help you complete your tax returns and plan your tax affairs more efficiently. This guide, introduced by Anne Ashworth, Personal Finance Director of The Times, and written by the personal tax experts of Ernst & Young, covers tax matters up to and including the 2002 budget. Underself-assessment, the completion of an annual tax return has become more complex. This book explains the tax rules simply but fully, giving tips on the completion of the form and on ways to minimise your liability. Whether you are wondering how to pay less tax on your savings or seeking the most tax-effecient structure for your small business, it has the answer. You may never find tax return fun, but at least you will be less afraid, better informed, and maybe a few pounds richer. And to help you further, the third section of the book outlines short- and long term strategies for managing your affairs more effectively. The Times Tax Saver's Guide 2002/2003 also contains a section highlighting the key features of the 2002 Budget. The book has been compiled and written by over 20 tax experts from Ernst and Young, the world's largest professional services company, and is introduced by Anne Ashworth, Personal Finance Editor of The Times.