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Keep more of what you earn

High earners in Shropshire have been taking expert advice on how to keep more of what they earn.

Dyke Yaxley Chartered Accountants, in Shrewsbury, organised a seminar aimed at high net worth individuals and companies, to help them draw up tax saving strategies.

The Peak Performance Conference was held at The Lord Hill Hotel, and attracted 25 delegates including Solicitors, Land Agents and Bank representatives.

Organiser, Andrew Young, from Dyke Yaxley, said: "The aim of the session was to help delegates learn more about how to generate business opportunieis which would benefit their company, their clients and their contacts.

"The tax planning opportunities we explained at the seminar could prove invaluable, and we had an excellent response from everyone who attended."

Delegates heard from Brian Gibb, of Peak Performance who presented a portfolio of tax saving suggestions - similar workshops have already seen many business owners reduce their corporate and personal tax to zero.

"At other seminars run by Peak Performance, all kinds of companies including Banks, Solicitors and Financial Advisors have taken on the strategies and used them to win and generate new business, which of course leads to more profit."

Dyke Yaxley Managing Director, Helen Thomas, said the event had proved extremely successful, with delegates and was part of the company's committed approach to help clients build a strong future for their business.

The Peak Performance network helps accountancy firms to offer specialist advice to companies and individuals to help them create "peak performing" businesses giving them choice and control over their finances and time.

At the seminar, from left, Simon Davies (Peak Performance), Andrew Young (Dyke Yaxley) and Brian Gibb (Peak Performance)