An interactive round table seminar for portfolio landlords and successful property investors brought to you by Less Tax for Landlords Ltd
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Being a portfolio landlord is not the easiest thing in the world (tenants and toilets are a tough gig), and what with S24 and the BTL mortgage changes reducing your profits and the amount you can borrow, it’s getting harder to build, grow, and run a professional property business.
That’s why on June the 26th we’re putting on an event exclusively for business-minded portfolio landlords just like you, i.e. those that we believe are in a great position to capitalise on both their own hard work and our unique expertise.
You’ve not yet decided on what to do next with your property business, and that could be just a matter of timing (landlords are some of the busiest people we know); alternatively, you might be worried for example that hybrid business structures are just too good to be true, or that BTL mortgage lenders don’t like them.
Worse still, some landlords are still being told that incorporation is the only option, even though they’ll be subject to up to seven different layers of taxation and HMRC are no longer prepared to pre-clear S162 incorporation relief!
You should be aware that there’s no easy way back from incorporation, and if HMRC refuse to grant relief from Stamp Duty and CGT, you’ll be faced with a massive and possibly un-affordable/un-fundable tax bill.
The planned agenda runs as follows:
530pm – Registration & Welcome Drink
545pm – Main Event Starts
Part One – A general overview of business structures, threats and opportunities, and an introduction to the Hybrid Structure
This will look at what’s happening in the market, the high level advantages of Hybrid Structures, as well as answering some objections and debunking myths making the rounds.
Client Opportunity – A Less Tax 4 Landlords Client will briefly discuss their property business and the type of deals and opportunities they offer and are looking for
Interval – Buffet Supper
A chance to network with our clients and your fellow portfolio landlords, plus enjoy a buffet supper from one of the most well-respected restaurants in Covent Garden.
Part Two – The Hybrid Business Structure – Chris Bailey, Less Tax 4 Landlords
In this session, chartered accountant, landlord and commercial and property accountancy specialist Chris Bailey will be looking specifically at why the Hybrid business structure is the best option for portfolio landlords looking to maximise the commercial benefits of building, running, and growing a recognised professional property business.
This will primarily be a case study driven session, with plenty of time to ask questions of both Chris and our Clients.
Part Three – Extended Q&A
Don’t go home without your questions answered by our consulting team and clients.
830pm – Continue Networking and a chance to proceed to the next stage in the process as appropriate
After the formal close of the event, please do continue to network, and if you’d like to progress to the next stage with us at this point, be that your free initial assessment and consultation, or to Meet The Team, then we will be taking bookings on the night [limited availability].
Our consultants will also be available to answer any further questions.
This interactive seminar is being held in the Judges Court at Browns Rooms in Covent Garden. The magnificent space was formerly the main courtroom of Westminster County Court where debtors and bankrupts were tried (not something we recommend!)
Nearest Tube is Leicester Square Exit 1
Please note that our previous event sold out within 5 days so book now to avoid disappointment – space is limited (unless we open up the basement cells!)Book Free Ticket
This Property Investors Seminar is brought to you by Less Tax for Landlords Ltd
Less Tax 4 Landlords are recognised suppliers to the National Landlord Association (NLA), corporate members of iHowz, and also support the London Landlord Accreditation Scheme (LLAS) and Accreditation & Training for Landlords and Agents Service (ATLAS) – previously UK Landlord Accreditation Partnership (UKLAP).