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Archive for March, 2017

Tax Question Time – Losses on Property Let at Undervalue

Q. My client has bought a flat which is being let to her son. He has recently started his working life in a relatively low paid job so my client is helping out by charging him less than market rent and, as a result, expects her mortgage interest and other expenses to exceed the rents[…] Read more »

Tax Question Time – Stamp Duty Land Tax

Q. I note that the higher rate of stamp duty land tax on the purchase of additional dwellings only applies to the acquisition of a major interest. Does this mean the higher rate does not apply if I buy only a 49% share in a property? How is the tax charged if I arrange to[…] Read more »

A little bit about Christopher Linton-Willoughby

Following on from our last Draw, one of our winners Christopher Linton-Willoughby will fill you in on a little about himself… 40 years as a Sponsorship Consultant is bound to have some strange highlights: I was on the organising team for London’s first Marathon in 1980, responsible for closing London streets for a non-Royal event. Sorry[…] Read more »

Tax Question time

Q. I note that entrepreneurs’ relief is given on the disposal of the whole or part of a business. I have a few clients who will soon be retiring or semi-retiring. With particular reference to the latter, what is meant by “part of a business”?   A. Case law relating to retirement relief draws a[…] Read more »

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