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Lost transfer, based on last year tax return from HMRC

I’m still waiting for my fix return for 2022 By "fix return" I guess you mean "tax refund" I’ve texted hmrc Texting, the Short Message Service (SMS) provided by GSM phones, isn'...
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tax liabilities on creation of a discretionary trust

I don't think that's how it works. According to this article on taxation of discretionary trusts (my emphasis): IHT on creation of trust Lifetime gifts into discretionary trusts are chargeable ...
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Tax deductables

No, this is not legal or possible. You can't get any significant personal benefit from goods bought by a business without paying tax+NI on that benefit, which would defeat the purpose of your plan.
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