High Earners

With financial advice for high earners, there are options available to reduce your taxable earnings to below the critical £150,000 threshold, meaning you continue to pay tax at 40% rather than 45%.

Call us and one of our Financial Advisers will be happy to help or Arrange a call back and we will call you. You can also arrange to visit us at one of our offices for a no-obligation meeting.


Why choose Gale and Phillipson?

Financial planning for high earners can be complicated, and has been made even more so by constant changes to the rules. We make it our business to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and help clients take full advantage of the available tax breaks.

Our Financial Advisers can give guidance on:

  • Assessing your financial priorities and choosing suitable investments.
  • Maximising pension contributions.
  • Managing the move from saving to withdrawing from your pension.
  • Minimising the inheritance tax liability after your death.



Call us now and one of our Financial Advisers will be happy to help or arrange a call back
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