How to plan and run a tax-efficient professional property business
How you own and run your property business will directly affect how much tax you - and eventually your heirs - will have to pay, thus reducing your ability to borrow and grow. But simply being motivated by paying less tax is not the answer.
In this hard-hitting presentation that separates the myths from the facts, Tony Gimple will talk about the different structures through which you can own rental property - and what maximising the commercial benefits of building, running, and growing a recognised professional property business really means to you and your family.
Tony will specifically help you understand:
• What S24 (the so-called tenant tax) will cost you in real terms
• How the new mortgage lending rules for portfolio landlords significantly reduces the amount you can borrow
• What more you can achieve by running a recognised professional property business
The tax and mortgage changes are here to stay, and whilst time is rapidly running out to successfully counter the onslaught, now is the time to stop being an accidental landlord who lets the tax tail wag the planning dog.
Come to the seminar to learn more and see if we can help.
Tony Gimple is a natural leader, organiser, and communicator. A creative and original freethinker, he’s been motivating and mobilising people to achieve their financial, life, and property goals since the mid-1980s.
A graduate of the university of life, Tony has a varied and interesting background with experience gained in Loss Adjusting, the Military, Financial Services, Consulting, Insurance Broking and Law. The subject of a Cranfield MBA thesis on entrepreneurship, Tony has a list of firsts to his name. He’s pioneered embedding mortgage brokers into estate agents with Legal & General, helped to set up and run the UK's first mainstream fee based financial planning business for American Express, and co-founded Chancery Law Group.
He wrote the Less Tax 4 Landlords guide to Owning Investment Property, ghost authored the Sunday Telegraph Guide to Wills, Trusts, & Inheritance Tax, and contributes to many of the property sector’s leading publications.