General Election 8th June – Who on earth do landlords vote for?

General Election 8th June – Who on earth do landlords vote for?

12:30 PM, 18th April 2017, About 4 years ago 672

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We are asking all landlords to complete this Poll.

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We are also extremely interested in your views so please post comments.

For example, you may well despise what the Conservative Government has done and you may well mistrust them but will any other party be better?

If landlords vote for minor parties might this hand a win to Labour?

Do you think a coalition Government is likely, and if so between which parties?

Which party would you least prefer to be elected and why?

Could not voting hand this election to Labour?

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Incorporation Relief – Do You Qualify?

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by Gromit

13:54 PM, 19th June 2017, About 4 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "NW Landlord" at "18/06/2017 - 11:53":

Unless the spending is "capital" then for each pound spent now on maintenance/renewals will reduce your profit by £1 which will, in turn, reduce the tax payable by 40/45p if s.24 deems you to be a Higher Rate or Additional Rate taxpayer; instead of 20p if you are actually a Basic Rate taxpayer. So your net cost for that £1 expense will only be 60/55p (wait until the anti-LL brigade gets hold of this)!

by Neil Patterson

14:55 PM, 7th July 2017, About 4 years ago

On Question Time last night (nearly halfway in) Jacob Rees-Mogg Member of Parliament for North East Somerset advocated reducing the Foreign Aid budget - and he said the money saved should specifically be put into housing.

Do any readers live in his constituency and would you be able to write to him to ascertain his position on Section 24?

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