Helping You Make Sense of the Tax Changes to Increase Your Wealth
The Follow up to Iain’s Amazon #1 Best Seller “Legally Avoid Property Taxes”
Since the July 2015 Budget, the Chancellor continues to throw challenges at UK Buy to Let investors. Clause 24 restricting the availability of interest tax relief, the abolition of the 10% wear and tear allowance, changes to stamp duty and dividends are causing significant tremors in the BTL sector.
This book builds on Iain’s Amazon #1 Bestseller Legally Avoid Property Taxes which includes fifty-one tax tips that you should be aware of to legally avoid tax – whether you do your own self-assessment returns or pass everything over to your accountant.
I want to make absolutely sure that you’ve not left any money on the HMRC table
A review of what significant changes have been brought about by the 2015 Budget, how you can make sense of these changes and what you can do to lessen the impact of direct taxation on your property portfolio.
The 2015 budget, wherever you are on your property journey, has made changes that will impact on you and I want to make sure that you don’t just stumble across them. Armed with the correct knowledge, they can be dealt with.
How you, a property investor, deal with these significant changes as with anything in life will determine your success in property
Iain Wallis has created a niche accountancy and tax practice that deals solely with high net worth individuals delivering sound tax advice and tax strategies that avoid and thus save thousands and in some cases hundreds of thousands of pounds in tax.
He prides himself on his down to earth manner and the ability to make tax fun.
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“If, like me, you want clear and concise explanations of the minefield that is property related taxes then this is a must read. I’ve found clarification on the recent tax changes hard to come by and this book answered all my questions in an easy to understand manner.” Amazon Customer
“Iain Wallis’s 2013 book “Legally Avoid Property Taxes” outlined the key themes for devising efficient tax strategies. This 2016 volume is an excellent addition, highlighting the recent major changes in tax regulations. Easy to read and full of useful information and advice. Highly recommended.” Alexander