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Capital allowances Seminar - Monday 3 October

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You are invited to a seminar on Capital Allowances and Tax Planning for Landlords on Monday 3 October, in collaboration with The Bailey Group.
Pinney Talfourd are pleased to announce that Andrew Shepherd of The Bailey Group will be presenting a seminar at our Brentwood office in October. We would be delighted if you could join us.

Capital Allowances and Tax Planning for Landlords

An overview of how to make a successful claim for commercial property owners. How to mitigate the effect of proposed changes to buy-to-let Landlords tax relief. Andrew has worked with some of our clients already and has assisted them by finding huge tax savings.
 
Capital Allowances are a niche tax specialism and many general accountancy firms will not have the in-depth knowledge, expertise, or experience and frequently overlook a wide range of commercial property fixture and fitting detail that can be pooled to make an often sizeable legitimate claim for tax relief.
 
In addition to this niche service The Bailey Group are looking at new ways in which Landlords of residential property may hold their investment property to combat the proposed changes to mortgage interest relief.  Likewise, there are new but proven ways in which Landlords can arrange their affairs that reliably reduce income tax,  mitigate CGT and stamp duty, whilst at the same time significantly reducing inheritance tax, all insofar as the law and HMRC practice allow.
 

Monday 3rd October

Seminar and Q&As 5 - 6pm
Followed by drinks and networking 6 - 6.30pm

Pinney Talfourd, New North House, 78 Ongar Road, Brentwood, CM15 9BB

 

Book your place

If you would like more information or to book a place please contact Marketing on 01708 229444 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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