Ken Livingstone defends his housing record at the Landlord Investment Show

  On the 13th June at the National Landlord Investment Show, Less Tax 4 Landlords founding director Tony Gimple was joined on stage by former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone; Mortgages for Business MD, Steve Olejnik and Knowledge and Product Editor of the Mail...

Award Winning Bailey Group

Once again, we’d like to congratulate LT4L co-owner Chris Bailey and the whole of his team at The Bailey Group for winning Accountancy Firm of the Year (51-200 Employees) at the North East Accountancy Awards 2019.

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.

Did you meet us at the Landlord Investment Show at Olympia on Thursday 13th June? Here’s what to expect next…

  It was another busy event, and we're pleased to say that the main debate on 'The Future of the UK Housing Market,' featuring Ken Livingstone and Andrew Neil didn't disappoint.   The audience asked lots of challenging questions and did a great job of putting...

The Inaugural Portfolio Landlord Week 2019

During the week, Property Tribes covered many topics and asked industry experts to comment and give their opinion on why the Private Rented Sector is experiencing a widening gap between small landlords (fewer than 3 properties) and portfolio landlords (4 or more properties) in many areas including tax and finance. Discover all the content from ‘Portfolio Landlord Week 2019’ here…

Award Winning Bailey Group

Once again, we’d like to congratulate LT4L co-owner Chris Bailey and the whole of his team at The Bailey Group for winning Accountancy Firm of the Year (51-200 Employees) at the North East Accountancy Awards 2019.

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.

The Inaugural Portfolio Landlord Week 2019

During the week, Property Tribes covered many topics and asked industry experts to comment and give their opinion on why the Private Rented Sector is experiencing a widening gap between small landlords (fewer than 3 properties) and portfolio landlords (4 or more properties) in many areas including tax and finance. Discover all the content from ‘Portfolio Landlord Week 2019’ here…

BBC’s Andrew Neil questions panel of experts (including Iain Duncan Smith MP) on Brexit, Government policy, intervention and the future of the Buy to Let market

On the 21st March at the National Landlord Investment Show, the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP joined a panel of experts, including Less Tax 4 Landlords founding director Tony Gimple, to discuss Government policy, intervention and the future of the Buy to Let market.

Chaired by BBC politics presenter Andrew Neil, the panel also featured Paul Mahoney (Nova Financial Group) and Sarah Davidson (Knowledge and Product Editor at the Mail Online’s money section, This is Money).The debate ranged over a wide variety of pertinent topics, such as Brexit and house-building, as well as the obstacles homeowners and landlords currently face.