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Tax schemes are fine but the reputational risk is a killer

What do Take That, a former 110 metre hurdles world record holder and a TV presenter-cum-Strictly Come Dancing star have in common? Well this time, it's something definitely less glamorous than a glitzy accolade from the celebrity world of music and sport.

Gary Barlow, Colin Jackson and Gabby Logan have all recently been named and shamed as being involved with Icebreaker, a company which purported to support young musicians but, following a recent court ruling, was found to be an abusive tax avoidance scheme.

To find out more, read the article in full in Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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