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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?


Over 100,000 property investors are already receiving Landlord News Latest Articles, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

The Money Centre’s re-launched online Landlord News Magazine already has 100,232 subscribers according to figures released today by an official source.

The magazine was re-launched by The Money Centre just over a week ago and has captured the interest of literally thousand of buy-to-let investors throughout the UK and beyond. Continue reading Over 100,000 property investors are already receiving Landlord News


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


Toilet Brush Cleaning – Ask Me Anything Advice, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

Toilet Brush Cleaning - Ask Me AnythingHi, my name is Mohammed Crapper, a distant relative of the late John Crapper (inventor of the flushing toilet) and I’m a professional Toilet Brush Cleaner – Ask Me Anything.

I qualified as a Toilet Brush Cleaner with the Royal Institution of Toilet Brush Cleaning in 1979 and now employ a team of 5,000 professionals in Curry houses worldwide.

If there is anything you would like to know about Toilet Brush Cleaning I will be delighted to provide an answer. Just ask a question in the comments section below.

JUST KIDDING

We got your attention though didn’t we? 🙂

We will soon be launching a new section call “Ask Me Anything”

This will be hosted exclusively by Property118 Members who are experienced and qualified experts in their field.

For example, a forum called …..

“Inventories – Ask Me Anything” would be run by an experienced and qualified inventory clerk.

and

“Landlord Tax = Ask Me Anything” would be run by a qualified tax accountant specialising in working with landlords.

In time we hope to have hundreds of specialists running these forums.

Responses from hosts will be linked back to their member profiles so it will be an excellent way for them to engage with their target market. All readers will be able to ask any question they like which relates to the hosts profession.

The host will be automatically notified by email whenever a new question is raised.

“Ask Me Anything” forums will be promoted in our site navigation and also in our eNewsletters which have a distribution of over 500,000 per week.

The SEO benefits to hosts will be immense due to the SEO expertise we have here at Property118 and will continually improve as more Q&A’s are added due to “Rel=Author” coding.

We can’t guarantee to offer you the PR benefits of being appointed as an “Ask Me Anything” host but we can guarantee that all comments you make in our forums will link back to your member profile.

If you would like to apply to become a host of an “Ask Me Anything” forum the first thing you will need to do is become a member and create an authoritative profile. Then complete the form below.


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