Outstanding results, but are they repeatable
An elderly AIM company covered here, which traces its roots back to the 19th century, has announced fantastic results, however, it’s not clear if these can be repeated. Elsewhere, shares in a high-quality AIM company fell back on a small downgrade and now look cracking value to us. Read on here for more on this and other news.
IHT receipts hit new high
The latest monthly bulletin from HMRC indicates that Inheritance Tax receipts for April 2021-Feb 2022 hit £5.5bn, surpassing the previous high for the 2018/19 tax year of £5.36bn. Investing in the shares of AIM quoted companies which qualify for Business Relief is a proven way of mitigating potential Inheritance Tax. Needless to say, AIM shares which qualify have a broader appeal. Find out more about investing in AIM…
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