How To Corporatise  Your Property Business – One Day Workshop

by Ranjan Bhattacharya

8:40 AM, 19th February 2018
About 7 months ago

How To Corporatise Your Property Business – One Day Workshop

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How To Corporatise  Your Property Business – One Day Workshop

17th March Workshop – PLACES AVAILABLE 

‘How To Corporatise Your Property Business’ workshop. The next one is Sat 17th March, with just a few places remaining.

The workshop takes you through the process of incorporating your personally held property portfolio into a limited company without capital gains tax or stamp duty, while retaining your existing mortgages intact.

The workshop is hosted by Ranjan Bhattacharya, Property Entrepreneur & Founder of Baker Street Property Meet. Leading tax barrister, Mark Smith will also be on hand to explain BICT (how to incorporate without refinancing your existing mortgages.)

The workshop is a full day and there is a comprehensive take home workbook containing all the notes.

For booking and detailed workshop agenda visit.
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Comments

Binkie

10:04 AM, 12th February 2018
About 7 months ago

While this workshop looks extremely interesting and will no doubt help many of the large private landlords, am I correct in stating that for incorporation to be viable, the activity of a landlord must qualify as a rental "business" - i.e. HMRC has to be satisfied that the landlord's activity is sufficiently full-time to warrant that definition? Hence smaller landlords who do not have enough properties / spend enough time on them will not be able to go down this route? Thank you

E Hussein

11:58 AM, 12th February 2018
About 7 months ago

I have a friend who might be interested in this seminar, but before i tell them about it, does it help private landlords who rent out rooms in their own home who might be liable for capital gains tax if they decide to sell the property.? i.e. because it is deemed a business and not classified as a private home!

Neil Patterson

13:14 PM, 12th February 2018
About 7 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Gabriela S at 12/02/2018 - 10:04
Correct GabS

Please see Our Tax planning page the video, case studies, related articles and downloads >> https://www.property118.com/tax/

Neil Patterson

13:16 PM, 12th February 2018
About 7 months ago

Reply to the comment left by E Hussein at 12/02/2018 - 11:58
Not Really E Hussein as what you have described are lodgers.

Please see Our Tax planning page the video, case studies, related articles and downloads >> https://www.property118.com/tax/


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