New Tax Haven for Audlem Residents

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In the spirit of localisation and in order to provide a much needed boost to the local economy, Overwater Marina will today formally declare to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs that the Overwater Island is now an independent state, known as the Overwater Haven. 

As such it will offer a full range of 'tax efficient' savings and investment products and services.

Overwater Haven's new financial director, Mr Primo Ponzi (IFA), looks forward to reviewing your investment portfolios in order to maximise returns.

For more information on the General Equity Trust (GET) administered by the Local Overwater Subsidiary Team (LOST) please contact the Haven Tax Office on 01270 010412.

You will be then contacted by Mr Ponzi who will look forward to receiving your money on a 'no win, no fee' basis. 

 

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