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Landlords and Class 2 National Insurance

06/06/2017

The outcome of our due diligence on this matter is that Landlords are NOT obliged to pay Class 2 National Insurance, regardless of whether they are running a business, unless they are also a trade. Furthermore, payment of Class 2 National Insurance also has no bearing whatsoever on claims for incorporation relief under Section 162 TCGA. The above… Read more


Landlord Incorporation Explained On Video Interview With Ranjan Bhattacharya

20/05/2017

This 10 minute video interview about landlord incorporation was recorded in April 2017, just before the doors were opened to what is believed to have been the UK’s largest landlord tax conference ever.  When you watch this video you will learn about the legislation which can mitigate capital gains tax when a landlord business is… Read more


Property118 Action Group Respond To BoI & Skipton Defensive Statements

21/07/2016

Bank of Ireland and Skipton Building Society are both relying on “exceptional circumstances” to justify ripping of mortgage borrwers for more interest than they are due to pay. In recent statements to Mortgage Strategy magazine the lenders reacted to the Property118 Action Group Court of Appeal WIN against The West Brom:- A Skipton spokesman said:… Read more


Brighton Landlord Expo – Meet fellow Property118 Readers

21/06/2016

FREE ENTRANCE  On 29th June the Brighton Landlord Expo hosted by Association Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) will deliver a programme full of legislative updates, key topics concerning Landlords and Agents. This is an excellent opportunity to meet fellow Property118 members. Lesley Lindsay, a Founder Member of Property118 Action Group, has very kindly agreed to represent… Read more


Landlord Tax Planning Software

Landlord Tax Planning Software

03/06/2016

Tax Planning is the core business activity of Property118 Limited. Our landlord tax analysis software is used by 100’s of accountants throughout the UK to compare their clients current business structure to what it would be in a Limited Company. We made it incredibly easy to use, although it can appear quite daunting at first… Read more


Is Landlord Licensing Compliant In Your Area?

25/05/2016

You may well have seen the latest articles posted by Larry Sweeney which highlight the flaws in the Liverpool Landlord Licensing scheme. If not you can READ THEM HERE. If there is a sufficient level of interest Larry is prepared to meet groups of landlords throughout the UK to expose the flaws in Landlord Licensing schemes introduced… Read more


Property118 Landlords Association

20/05/2016

The “value”of Property118.com will mean different things to different people. For example, our readers may interpret the word value to represent the educational value of our content and forums. On the other hand, our investors might be more concerned with the financial worth of the business and returns on investment. Our role is to find a balance… Read more


Property118 Landlords Association – should we?

03/05/2016

Having raised over £500,000 to take West Bromwich Mortgage Company to the Court of Appeal it has been suggested by numerous Property118 members that we should become a Landlords Association. Sentiment appears to be that a group with courage to take legal action against rogue mortgage lenders and poor decisions made by Government is seriously needed… Read more


Private Housing Tenancies Scotland Bill 2015 – briefing document

24/03/2016

The Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) have prepared a briefing document on the provisions of the new legislation and the campaigns which took place around the bill which passed last week. This can be downloaded using the request form below. The Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Bill has now completed the three stages of the parliamentary… Read more


Mark Carney discusses the possibility of an interest rate cut to the Treasury Select Committee

23/02/2016

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, was today speaking at a Treasury Select Committee hearing. He indicated that interest rates were more than likely not to rise in the medium term and that if the economy needed further stimulation the Bank could consider a further drop in rates towards zero, but ruled out… Read more


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