Property TV Property Question Time EP 138 – Tony Gimple, Paul Mahoney and Joanna Leggett


Here in this Property Question Time, Tony Gimple discusses how being pushed into the 40% higher tax bracket could lead to a much higher tax bill due to Section 24, along with a discussion on why it is not always sensible to become a Ltd company.

Questions in this episode include:

  • After taking early retirement but still working full time in my property business, I’m now a higher rate tax payer and my accountant says that by 2020/21 my tax bill will be higher than my profit. Could this be true?
  • A lot of my Buy To Let mortgages are coming to the end of their terms. Is it true that because of Section 24 and the new Prudential Regulation Authority buy-to-let rules, lenders now want to see business plans and mortgages for all properties? Is is easier if I am a Ltd company?



Property TV Property Question Time EP 137 – Tony Gimple, Simon Zutshi and Stefano Lucatello


Here in this Property Question Time, Tony Gimple answers questions about capital gains tax on Buy To Let properties that are in a child’s name. He also discusses whether or not it’s possible for a landlord to over charge their tenant council tax.

Questions in this episode include:

  • Where do I stand on Capital Gains Tax if I try to buy a Buy To Let property with cash, put it in my children’s names (all under 18) and use their annual tax free income allowance?
  • Can a landlord over charge council tax to a tenant?

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