The final Landlord Investment Show of 2019 took place at Olympia on Tuesday 5th November and was once again a resounding success.

 

The morning began with the usual main stage panel debate, this time featuring the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith (MP),  Tony Gimple (Less Tax 4 Landlords), David Smith (Editor Sunday Times) and Gavin Fraser (MD High Street Residential).

Chaired by Andrew Neil (BBC Broadcaster and publisher), the panel of experts debated the issues surrounding Brexit and the 400+ audience also got the opportunity to ask questions. If you missed the debate or you were unable to make it this time please check back on our website for a summarised report of the key issues discussed at the debate. We will also be sharing the recorded debate with our subscribers as soon as it’s released. If you are not already on our database you can subscribe here.

 

If, however, you were one of the many landlords that visited us at our stand, firstly thank you for coming to speak to us and we hope we answered all of your burning questions on the day.   If you were interested in an assessment with us but didn’t get a chance to fill out one of our forms at the show, then you can still do so here!

 

 

 

What happens next?

 

Following an assessment and depending on if we believe we can help you run a professional property business, you may be invited to attend our exclusive and interactive round table seminar held at Browns Covent Garden on the 19th of November 2019.  This event is for portfolio landlords and property investors who have, or who are in the process of reviewing their property business with Less Tax 4 Landlords, or who have otherwise been invited personally by the Less Tax 4 Landlords Team or one of our clients or partners.

For more information about this event please visit our Eventbrite page here.

How to join the LT4L Client Community 

If you own rental property in personal names, are a portfolio landlord and a higher/advanced rate taxpayer, then you’re almost certainly paying too much tax on your property income.

Call us today on 0203 735 2940