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Landlords could be lining the Tax Mans coffers if they live through the next property cycle. Born free taxed to death? This needn’t be the case for readers of Landlord News Estate Planning, Favourite Articles, Financial Advice, Latest Articles, Tax & Accountancy

The UK’s average property value is currently £167,953, according to the Halifax’s latest survey.

It is probably fair to say that every landlord owns at least two properties, their own home plus at least one buy to let property. Therefore, excluding any other assets or life insurance policies, their assets are likely to exceed the £325,000 nil rate band for Inheritance Tax (IHT). Continue reading Landlords could be lining the Tax Mans coffers if they live through the next property cycle. Born free taxed to death? This needn’t be the case for readers of Landlord News


Don’t just leave financial problems when you die. An interesting article from Steve Sims, freelance journalist and author of The Dummies Guide to Property taxation Estate Planning, Financial Advice, Latest Articles

In these times of austerity, many people are looking at ways to save money but one expense that is well worth the bother is making a will.

Simply, if you don’t have a will when you die, you risk everything you have worked so hard for throughout your life not benefitting those you want to see looked after financially. Continue reading Don’t just leave financial problems when you die. An interesting article from Steve Sims, freelance journalist and author of The Dummies Guide to Property taxation


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