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Wednesday 26th April 2017 is going to be the biggest date this year for portfolio landlords who are looking to restructure their businesses for optimal efficiency.
I will be making the trip from Malta to London for one night only in order to co-present an exclusive evening with Mark Smith, Head of Chambers at Cotswold Barristers.
The event is being organised by Ranjan Bhattacharya and Vanish Patel courtesy of the Baker Street Property Meet in London.
The Baker Street Property meet has a maximum capacity of just 230 seats, 150 seats have already been reserved to Baker Street Regulars and there are 50 seats allocated to Property118 members. This is a one off event so you are advised to book early to secure your place
Our presentation will explain the legislation providing tax relief to portfolio landlords who are considering incorporation their business. We will also be presenting interim structures to enable landlords to qualify for these reliefs if they are not immediately eligible.
Under certain conditions, legislation exists to mitigate both Capital Gains Tax and Stamp Duty when transferring properties into a company.
Two major tax benefits of incorporation are:-
There are, of course, many other benefits to incorporation such as ring fencing liabilities, fund-raising opportunities by adding new shareholders and additional flexibility in terms of IHT planning and exit strategies.
Tickets cost just £20 and the organisers have very kindly given us a window of seven days to make the reserved 50 tickets available to Property118 readers. However, once they’re gone that’s it, the venue will be completely full, so please book your tickets today to be certain your seat is reserved at this exclusive event.