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We’ve put together some of the best content from our blogs and newsletters to provide you with all the information you need. Take a look at the range of topics below surrounding Section 24, Tax truths, Form 17 and UK property tax changes.

– Section 24, Landlords and Tax Payments on Account: The worst is still to come – What is Section 24? Common questions about Mortgage Interest Tax Relief Restrictions

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– COVID-19 Business Support – Q&A with Chris Bailey
– Tax Truths Q&A -Tracey Hanbury interviews LT4L Co-Founder Chris Bailey [Video + Transcript]
– Case Study: Building a Business to Last Generations

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– UK Property Tax Changes: A Summary of HMRC Updates – What to Expect Inside the LT4L Video Vault – Form 17 for Landlords – adjusting the split of property income between couples – Landlords, What Happens When You Die?

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Section 24

Case Studies/Q&A

COVID-19 Business Support – Q&A with Chris Bailey

With his straight-talking and uncomplicated approach, Chris Bailey (Co-Founder and Group Director of Less Tax 4 Landlords) talks through all of the Government Business support schemes, giving practical advice to business owners, alleviating concerns and providing hints and tips.

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Case Study: Building a Business to Last Generations

“Over several meetings I learned to understand the importance of a business plan, business model and business structure through to succession planning. When they had opened my eyes to the bigger picture I decided to invest time and money to be part of their community....

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Landlord Tax Planning

Landlords, What Happens When You Die?

You’ll have heard the saying; “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” And if you’re a portfolio landlord, then chances are you’ve been thinking a lot about taxes lately. Perhaps you have already made changes to your portfolio. Of course, whilst taxes we can mitigate, death we cannot. If you die with investment properties, up to 40% of the equity will be paid in tax.

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