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NRLA & Less Tax 4 Landlords Webinar | The Best Way to Own Rental Property in 2022: Personal, Limited Company or LLP?
February 23rd, 2022 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pmFree
How do you plan to own rental property in 2022? Is it all about tax? Join us for a webinar on rental property ownership options, tax changes and planning for the future. Less Tax 4 Landlords will cover the pros and cons of Personal, Limited Company, LLP and Mixed Partnership structures, and why running your property portfolio ‘as a business’ should always be the preferred option for most landlords.
Already own, or looking to build a portfolio of properties?
How will your plans be impacted by
• The Dividend Tax Increase in April
• The Corporation Tax Increase in 2023
• Increasing Mortgage Rates
In this webinar, Less Tax 4 Landlords will look at some of the tax & business challenges faced by residential landlords, and what your options are.
Followed by Q&A, the main webinar presentation will cover:
• The most profitable restructure a landlord can make (it might surprise you!)
• The pros and cons of the 4 major ownership structures
• The most flexible structure for building a rental property business
The focus will mainly be for portfolio landlords (4+ properties) and Higher Rate Taxpayers, though LT4L will also discuss some of the options for landlords earlier in their property journey, including:
• How married couples can make big savings with 2 simple documents
• Why delaying a restructure could (in the right circumstances) save you £000s in tax by reducing your Capital Gains Tax bill
• The potential tax benefits of building, running and growing a professional property business
For landlords paying higher rates of tax on income from their property portfolio, the presentation will look at the importance of running a business and planning for the future.
Specifically – as an alternative to outright selling your property to your own limited company – LT4L will cover how a Mixed Partnership can combine the benefits of being a sole trader and a limited company – and in the right circumstances – limit your tax on property profits to just 20%, with no requirements to remortgage or change legal title, and no SDLT or CGT to pay on your business restructure.