Is Your Accountant More Of A Book-Keeper Than Tax-Planner?Make Text Bigger
Having a good accountant to check your books, make sure you claimed for everything you should and nothing you shouldn’t is very important.
At this time of year, we are all dealing with just that, our year end tax returns and paying our tax by 31st January.
However, has your accountant taken time out to explain how the restrictions on finance cost relief will impact you, and more importantly what you might be able to do about it?
If not, we will be very happy to help. We will also be pleased to offer second opinions if you have already taken tax planning advice elsewhere.
Landlord Tax Planning Consultancy is the core business activity of Property118 Limited.
Landlords with 10 or more properties tend to have significantly more tax planning options available to them. That said, people who own just one rental property can still save more tax than the cost of a consultation within a year. Regardless of the size of your property rental portfolio, we urge you to book a consultation. With our total satisfaction guarantee you have absolutely nothing to lose.
The fixed fee we charge for private tax consultations (online and by telephone) is just £400 inclusive of VAT and includes the following:-
- Detailed fact find
- Written report and recommendations with links to appropriate legislation or HMRC manuals as appropriate
- Follow up Q&A emails
- A telephone conference with your existing professional advisers (if necessary)
- A guarantee of total satisfaction or a full refund.
We offer fixed fee tax planning consultations with a guarantee of total satisfaction or your money back.
PS – this is the profile of our typical tax planning consultancy client:-
- 47 to 56 years old
- 13 to 34 rental properties owned
- hasn’t purchased many properties since 2009
- some properties in sole name, others jointly with spouse/partner for historical mortgage purposes
- several highly competitive tracker mortgage rates which are well worth keeping
- has teenage or young adult children who are or will soon be in higher education
- frustrated and feeling like they are paying too much tax, and worse is yet to come
Is this you?
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