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Less Tax for Landlords on the TV

Property TV Question Time Ep 161 – Tony Gimple, Stephen Galpin and John Howard


Learn about working with councils, and the best way to own a property portfolio in this interview with Tony Gimple (Less Tax 4 Landlords) Stephen Galpin (London Property Consultant) and John Howard (Property Developer)

Questions in this episode include:

  • I’ve looked into working with local councils to diversify my tenant profile but calculate my profits would fall. What are the advantages of doing this? 
  • I have 6 buy-to-lets and have given up my day job. Whilst I am currently a basic rate taxpayer, I’m expecting this to change soon. Am I better off keeping these under my own name or selling them to a limited company?


Property TV – Property Question Time S1 EP 142 – Tony Gimple, Paul Mahoney and Joanna Leggett


Tony Gimple (Founding Director of Less Tax 4 Landlords) is interviewed in this Property Question Time Episode 142 and is joined by Paul Mahoney (Nova Financial) and Joanna Leggett (Leggett Immobilier)

Questions in this episode include:

  • I’ve been providing long term housing for over 100 families for the last 20 years and my current accountant has worked out that by the time I get to 2021, section 24 will mean I pay more tax than I make in profit which seems absurd. If this is true I will have to sell up. Who will rehouse all of the families and what if I was sued for breaching my AST’s? What do I do?
  • I’m thinking about giving each of my children one of my buy-to-let properties as a way of getting around inheritance tax.  If I do that though will I have to pay capital gains tax and as all of my properties are mortgaged, do I have to let the lenders know?


Property TV Property Question Time S1 EP 146 – Tony Gimple, Paul Mahoney and Simon Zutshi.


Here in this Property Question Time, Tony Gimple (Less Tax 4 Landlords)  answers questions about section 24, paying 50% of next years tax bill and holding property in a limited company. He’s also joined by Paul Mahoney (Nova Financial) and Simon Zutshi (author of Property Magic and founder of the Property Investor Network)

Questions in this episode include:


  • When is it right to buy and hold buy-to-let property in a limited company?
  • My accountant has just told me that my tax bill is going to increase in January and that I’m going to have to pay 50% of next year’s tax bill which is also increasing in advance. What can I do?

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?

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