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January 2021

Live Webinar: Hybrid Business Models for Portfolio Landlords

January 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Online,

UPDATE - This event has been moved to Thursday 28th January. Next Live Webinar: Thursday January 28th, 2021, starting at 5:00 PM GMT For most Portfolio Landlords who are or intend to become higher rate tax-payers, accounting for tax on property profits in personal names is now no longer an option. Restrictions on mortgage relief mean the most common strategy for property investment is being rethought. Malcolm Rose and Chris Bailey of Less Tax 4 Landlords will be talking in…

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February 2021

National Landlord Investment Show – Online Super Show

February 24
Online
Free

Join us on the day where we will be hosting 2 x Live Seminars and will be answering some of you questions.

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The Impact of the Pandemic on PRS Housing (LLAS & ATLAS Virtual Event)

February 25 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Online
£35

On Thursday 25 February 2021, LLAS and ATLAS will be hosting an online event discussing: 'The impact of the pandemic on PRS Housing Resources, functionality & Legislation – What next for 2021?” Time: 10am to 2pm. We'll be taking part in this event with Chris Bailey - Co-Founder & Group Director (Less Tax 4 Landlords) joining a panel of experts for a question time session Also Ben Rose - Group Head of Marketing (Less Tax 4 Landlords) will be giving…

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March 2021

Saving Tax: Should you restructure your business in 2021?

March 10 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

2021 could be a very good year to restructure your business. Doing so could even make 2022 a year of minimum taxes, giving cash-strapped landlords a much-needed cashflow boost before returning to the ‘correct’ level of taxation in 2023.

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April 2021

Saving Tax: Should you restructure your business in 2021?

April 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Online,

2021 could be a very good year to restructure your business. Doing so could even make 2022 a year of minimum taxes, giving cash-strapped landlords a much-needed cashflow boost before returning to the ‘correct’ level of taxation in 2023.

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