How To Corporatise Your  Property Business

How To Corporatise Your Property Business

16:01 PM, 22nd January 2018, About 6 years ago 6

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Our first ‘How To Corporatise Your Property Business’ workshop of 2018 will be held on Sat 17th Feb.

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 seasoned property investor, Ranjan Bhattacharya with Mark Smith, Tax Barrister at Cotswold Chambers.

There are just a few places left for Sat 17th Feb. 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

Landlord incorporation has got a lot more straightforward since HMRC removed ambiguity as to what constitutes a Landlord business for the purpose of obtaining Section 162 relief.

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16:44 PM, 28th January 2018, About 6 years ago

Pls let me know where this seminar is and the cost
Thank you

Neil Patterson

18:11 PM, 28th January 2018, About 6 years ago

NW Landlord

11:27 AM, 31st January 2018, About 6 years ago

I have just had an email from a company from less tax for landlords. In the email it states that s162 is no longer accepted by HMRC is this true ? or scaremongering to sell there product. I incorporated 2 years ago and am very happy.


21:49 PM, 9th February 2018, About 6 years ago

Reply to the comment left by NW Landlord at 31/01/2018 - 11:27
The opposite is in fact true. During the summer of last year, HMRC updated their tax manuals to specifically say under what circumstances landlords are eligible for s162 relief.

I wrote an article explaining all, which was published in Property Investor News Magazine. The article is titled, 'Now Is The Time To Incorporate Your Property Portfolio', and you can read it here >>>

NW Landlord

10:11 AM, 10th February 2018, About 6 years ago

Thanks for that and what a great article. Just scaremongers trying to make money with false statements.

Darrell Choppen

12:35 PM, 12th February 2018, About 6 years ago

I would be interested in incorporating our property business. However I think I have a problem [if I understand Mark A. correctly] due to our loans now exceeding our base cost although there is a fair amount of equity in the portfolio

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