Personal Equity Plans (PEPs) offer a flexible way to build savings through stock-market investment and without interference from the taxman. This introduction to the essential facts about PEPs describes the many different types available and the ways in which they can be used to best advantage. The book is in two parts: it explains what PEPs are and how they work, and then goes on to describe the workings of the stock market for those with limited experience of share investment. It offers advice on choosing a PEP, how to select shares, and how to claim tax-relief.
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Book Description Arrow Business Books, London England, 1994. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Paperback Edition. This book is an introduction to the essential facts about PEPs, describing the many different types available and the ways they can be used to best advantage. The book is in two parts: it explains what PEPs are and how they work, and then goes on to describe the workings of the stock market for those with limited experience of share investment. The book provides clear and comprehensible answers to important questions including: How do shares work, and why are they superior to other types of investment? What advantages do PEPs have over alternative homes for savings? What type of PEP is best suited to my needs, and how do I select a plan manager? What charges are payable, and how valuable are the tax concessions? How does the stock market work, and how do I go about dealing in shares? What techniques should I use to select successful shares and other qualifying investments? Very slight shelf wear to cover. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 014843
Book Description Condition: Good. Binding: Paperback. Publisher: Arrow Business Books (1994). Bookseller Inventory # NF-LB-1783344