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What’s more important, cashflow or liquidity? Mark Alexander reports Favourite Articles, Financial Advice, Latest Articles, Property Investment Strategies, Tax & Accountancy, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

Mark AlexanderCashflow is simply defined as regular income. Positive cashflow is when income exceeds expenditure and you make a profit. So that’s important right?

Of course it’s important, but are you in complete control of your cashflow position?’ might be a better question. The truth is there are some things you can’t control. You can’t choose what interest rates will be for example. You may also get caught out with unexpected repairs, problem tenants and rental voids. Continue reading What’s more important, cashflow or liquidity? Mark Alexander reports


Is your property portfolio ownership structure optimised to enable you to pay the minimum amount of CGT, income tax and IHT? Commercial Finance, Estate Planning, Favourite Articles, Financial Advice, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management, Property Investment Strategies, Question of the Week, Tax & Accountancy, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

Mark AlexanderIn this article I look at the differences between owning property as joint tenants, tenants in common or as individuals. I also explain why portfolio landlords who are married couples should own half the properties each in single names and how to deal with property ownership which is not structured for optimal tax purposes right now. Mark Alexander Continue reading Is your property portfolio ownership structure optimised to enable you to pay the minimum amount of CGT, income tax and IHT?


What sort of property business do you run? This is the first in a series of articles that we will be running in Landlord News explaining how to optimise the ownership structure of your property business for tax purposes Latest Articles, Tax & Accountancy

Building on the success of a property business involves much more than managing tenants in rental homes.

Many investors start to lose a grip of their property business once they have two or three successful property transactions under their belt and their portfolio starts to grow. Continue reading What sort of property business do you run? This is the first in a series of articles that we will be running in Landlord News explaining how to optimise the ownership structure of your property business for tax purposes


What you shouldn’t do – buy to let mortgage advice Estate Planning, Favourite Articles, Financial Advice, Latest Articles, Property Investment Strategies, Tax & Accountancy, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

Mark Alexander

Buy to let mortgage advice

Many investors have become cashflow beneficiaries of the ‘Credit Crunch’ due to the lowest interest rates in history. A question I am often asked is, “Should I use the extra cashflow to reduce my mortgage balances?” I appreciate that one day interest rates will go back up again and the base logic for what I consider to be the incorrect decision to repay debt now is to reduce payments in the future. Continue reading What you shouldn’t do – buy to let mortgage advice


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