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I now reside as a tax exile in the wonderful Mediterranean Island of Malta and dedicate a few hours each day to providing mainly telephone and online consultancy. At least once a week Property118 readers arrange face to face consultations with me whilst visiting Malta for a holiday. It keeps my mind sharp, enables me to meet some incredibly dynamic people and provides me with a sense of achievement when I help them to solve their problems and/or guide them towards their goals. I also learn something new every day because nobody has a Monopoly on best practice and good ideas.

If you are a regular reader of Property118.com then you will understand the value of my experience. If not, please feel free to have a wander around this website, peruse my Linkedin profile, read the testimonials posted in the comments section below and then come back to this page when the time is right for you. 

You might not actually require one to one consultancy. Why not visit our Landlord Tax Planning section? If you can’t find the answer there and you don’t mind asking your question on a public forum you could create a discussion thread That service runs exclusively on donations.

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Book A Tax Planning Consultation

Consultations include new client compliance checks, fact find via email with complimentary software, expert analysis, a detailed written report and recommendations and a 30 minute Q&A session via Skype or telephone. We GUARANTEE total satisfaction or a full refund.
  • Please provide an overview of your circumstances and what you are looking to achieve.
  • If you have a spreadsheet with details of your properties please upload it here.
  • Price: £ 400.00
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Please see testimonials posted in the comments section below.


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