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Less Tax for Landlords on the TV

Proper Wealth Episode 13 -Buy to Let Property Tax


Learn about the three major changes in relation to property and property investment in this interview with Tony Gimple (Less Tax For Landlords) and Paul Mahoney (Nova Financial Group).

The changes in tax have forced accidental landlords to review their property portfolio. Tony believes that landlords can still take advantage of the changes.

Questions in this episode include:

  • What are the major changes in tax and how are they impacting on portfolio landlords?
  • How are the tax changes impacting the market and how can landlords take advantage of them and still do well?


Where is the private rented sector heading? – Property Investor Show Oct 2018 panel de-brief

One hot topic debated at the Property Investor Show at ExCel London this past weekend was the state of the BTL market.

Hosted by private landlord and National Landlord Association Rep Richard Blanco; Peter Littlewood of landlord association iHowz, Tony Gimple of Less Tax for Landlords, and Property Investor Ruban Selvanayagam of the Property Investors Blog took questions from the floor about their thoughts on Brexit, rent rises and more.

Vanessa Warwick from property tribes caught up with the panel after the debate for a quick debrief.

Property TV Property Question Time EP 139 – Tony Gimple, Paul Mahoney and Joanna Leggett


Tony Gimple discusses the pitfalls of becoming an expat, along with the complications of inheritance tax when running a property business.

Questions in this episode include:

  • Am I still subject to UK tax if I become an expat?
  • Are my heirs liable for 40% inheritance tax if I use a £1.5 million windfall on building a property business that will provide work and income for my family long after I’ve gone?

Property TV Property Question Time EP 138 – Tony Gimple, Paul Mahoney and Joanna Leggett


Here in this Property Question Time, Tony Gimple discusses how being pushed into the 40% higher tax bracket could lead to a much higher tax bill due to Section 24, along with a discussion on why it is not always sensible to become a Ltd company.

Questions in this episode include:

  • After taking early retirement but still working full time in my property business, I’m now a higher rate tax payer and my accountant says that by 2020/21 my tax bill will be higher than my profit. Could this be true?
  • A lot of my Buy To Let mortgages are coming to the end of their terms. Is it true that because of Section 24 and the new Prudential Regulation Authority buy-to-let rules, lenders now want to see business plans and mortgages for all properties? Is is easier if I am a Ltd company?



Property TV Property Question Time EP 137 – Tony Gimple, Simon Zutshi and Stefano Lucatello


Here in this Property Question Time, Tony Gimple answers questions about capital gains tax on Buy To Let properties that are in a child’s name. He also discusses whether or not it’s possible for a landlord to over charge their tenant council tax.

Questions in this episode include:

  • Where do I stand on Capital Gains Tax if I try to buy a Buy To Let property with cash, put it in my children’s names (all under 18) and use their annual tax free income allowance?
  • Can a landlord over charge council tax to a tenant?

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