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Less Tax For Landlords – Live Webinar
November 24th, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Join us for our next live online seminar due to take place on 24 November 2021, starting at 5:00 PM GMT.
Rising Rates & Taxes: What are your options as a Landlord?
Do you already own a portfolio of properties, or are you looking to build one?
How will your plans be impacted by:
• The Dividend Tax Increase in 2022
• The Corporation Tax Increase in 2023
• Increasing Mortgage Rates
We will consider some of the tax & business challenges faced by landlords, and what their options are.
The session will also explore:
• The most profitable restructure a landlord can make (it might surprise you!)
• The pros and cons of the 4 major ownership structures
• How married couples can make big savings with 2 simple documents
• The #1 business structure for most of our rental property business clients
The focus will mainly be for portfolio landlords (4+ properties) and Higher Rate Taxpayers, though we will also discuss some of the options for landlords earlier in their property journey and where we can help.
What we’ll also cover is:-
• Inheritance Tax
• Mixed Partnership Myths & Facts
A Live Interactive Q&A, hosted by Nigel Hall will follow the presentation.
This webinar will be beneficial to you if:
You own rental property in your own name(s) and are paying higher rates of tax on property income
You are forecasting a Section 24 tax problem either now or in the near future
You simply want to understand more about the options available to professional landlords and successful property investors
Chris Bailey is an entrepreneurial Chartered Accountant who has been involved in the property industry for almost 30 years. He runs five successful accountancy practices, a tax advisory company and a property Capital Allowance business.
Chris has over ten years experience of Capital Allowance claims and he has extensive knowledge of the complexities and challenges of property tax law.
His first role after qualifying as a chartered accountant was as the group accountant to one of the largest private property groups in Yorkshire. After moving back into private practice, over the next 7 years he built an accountancy practice that was eventually floated on the AIM market.
He and his wife own numerous buy to let properties and during the early 2000s developed an international property business.
Since 2005, Malcolm has helped hundreds of individuals and companies to succeed in their personal and business aspirations, which is in large part due to his hands-on approach to coaching, mentoring, and business advice.
Group Director of Less Tax 4 Landlords and the One Consultancy Group, Malcolm is also Managing Director of The Key 2 Growth, a corporate shareholder of One Consultancy Group and a founding company of Less Tax 4 Landlords.
Prior to training as a professional coach and business mentor and setting up The Key 2 Growth, Malcolm led a successful career in change management for a global insurance company.
Malcolm enjoys enabling people to realise their goals by helping them to develop objective business plans and to see them through to implementation and realisation.
As Group Managing Director of Less Tax 4 Landlords and associated companies, Nigel leads with the big picture, coordinating the full range of qualified and regulated services required to provide landlords with fully holistic no-nonsense advice.
A sought-after business consultant in his own right, Nigel has a track record of leading companies in the financial services industry and a background in senior roles regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Running a multi-disciplinary practice dedicated to property business owners and regularly consulting for highly successful landlords and sector professionals gives Nigel unique insights to help landlords look at the business decisions they need to take today and tomorrow. Expect then his talks to be focussed on helping landlords understand the decisions they’ll face throughout the lifetime of their property business – and how to go about maximising the commercial benefits of running and owning one.