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No doubt you have heard the news about the planned tax changes that will have a major impact for landlords in the coming years.

The summer budget has caused a real cause for concern for landlords and our own tax experts have been inundated by landlords wanting to understand the extent of the impact.

A lot has been written about the proposed changes, but nothing as comprehensive as the report we have released.

At Taxinsider.co.uk, we’ve taken our time to assess what the real impact of the planned changes will be, and have written a 5,000 plus word report titled:

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>> Key Changes to Property Taxation Over the Next Few Years

Written by property tax expert Lee Sharpe, he covers the key changes, including:

  • Disallowing Tax Relief for Mortgages (Including Case Studies)
  • (Property) Companies and Increased Taxes on Dividends
  • Abolition of “Wear and Tear Allowance”
  • Inheritance Tax Uplift on the Main Home
  • Rent a Room Relief Increase
  • Annual Investment Allowance
  • Non-Domiciled Persons and IHT on UK Property

To get Instant access to this free report simply click on the link below:

>> Key Changes to Property Taxation Over the Next Few Years

It is a must-have report for every landlord and has proved particularly popular with tax professionals also.

Monthly Property Tax Saving Newsletters

At TaxInsider.co.uk, we also produce monthly tax saving newsletters. Our Property Tax Insider newsletter is incredibly popular with landlords.

Many landlords will be aware of new measures announced in the 2015 summer Budget which will phase in the disallowance of mortgage interest (and related finance costs) for residential property businesses over the next few years.

These measures apply only for income tax purposes, and (by and large) companies are specifically excluded from the measures.

It seems likely that a substantial number of property investors will look to incorporation as a potential solution. In fact, it is fair to say that this is probably one of the most discussed matters amongst tax professional and landlords at present.

In the November issue of Property Tax Insider Lee Sharpe gives a timely health warning to investors who are considering incorporating without taking proper guidance.

He looks at a number of tax considerations and give practical tips.

As part of our ‘three-free-issue’ Property Tax Insider trial, you’ll get this strategy plus 9 more delivered to your doorstep.

Go here to learn more:

>> Health Warning for Landlords Considering Incorporating

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