Make a huge tax saving, no win no fee

  The 2015/16 tax year has just closed, if you paid tax, or are going to pay tax in January, make a huge tax saving with Capital Allowances on your property. No Claim, No Fee! Working alongside your accountant. Just Do Property are excited to be working with Exact, our Capital Allowances partner. Click here now to email for more information. They have a... 100% HMRC success record They saved Mr Briggs £165,935 in tax on his building in London. Their experience and longevity in this field makes EXACT the natural choice for your property tax services.  We love that they offer... No claim, no fee! All Commercial properties (Offices / retail / industrial) Serviced Accommodation, B&B's, Hotels Holiday Lets Residential mixed use / Blocks of flats   Why choose them? Transparent - clear free illustrations for you to review with your accountant in your own time, with No claim, no...
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Cranleys Tax Update

  News this month: With the submission of late tax returns well behind us now, we still have a couple of late returns as clients were dealing with property maintenance matters ahead of filing returns. It is important to understand penalties do not stop at 31 January 2013. Old rules changed two years ago. Many will expect a £100 fine in 3 months late of filing and will get £900, it does of course worsen beyond this. DO not get caught out. The format for my new regular piece here is a modern take to a Q&A section. I would welcome your questions, here is a selection of my life on property tax matters. Views from my inbox: Q1. A friend of mine recalls his accountant mentioned you can reduce tax by buying a business, can this apply to a property business like mine? Garry Milton Keynes? A1. Garry, yes,...
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Positive Signs in UK Buy to Let

Buy to let has been getting some excellent press recently and it is easy to see why more and more individuals are turning to buy to let to provide for their financial futures.
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Investing in Chinese Property

From a practical point of view, property investing in China is advisable to only be undertaken with a reputable broker or trusted contact with proven experience. Indeed, the ruling Communist party retains a monopoly power over politics, the law and the economy which needs to be well understood.
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Buying your first Buy to Let Property

Since the mid-1990s the buy to let sector has blossomed into one of the most important parts of the UK housing market.
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Win a 40 minute consultation with a Tax Expert

Enter our 2011 competition to win a 40 minute consultation with Tax expert, Colin Davison.  This is our 5th prize, to be drawn in October. All subscribers of Just Do Property are already entered into the 2011 Competition.  But you can gain more entries by recommending friends to subscribe to our site.  The more friends who subscribe the more entries you will get. It’s easy to subscribe for free, just click here: http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/2011_prize_competition 5th Prize – A 40 minute phone consultation with Colin Davison, covering all your tax planning needs. "Colin is a property accountant specialising in tax and business support for property investors. Colin is also an avid investor with over a £4million portfolio in UK, residential and commercial, offshore companies, funds, trusts and syndicates holding property investments. So he knows what he’s talking about!" To be drawn in October 2011 Value: £150 We have 8 amazing prizes to win in the...
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Would you like a £40K tax refund?

I blogged a couple of weeks ago about an incentive that the government has introduced to encourage us to buy more property (I like that!).  I recently interviewed the Directors of Global Cashflow, Julie Jackson and Lisa Matterson to find out more about it. (listen to the interview again here). Julie and Lisa explained that only 4% of eligible people have claimed for Capital Allowances. Surely this is like having the winning lottery ticket in your pocket but not claiming it! Does it sound too good to be true? – the government will give you money which is rightfully yours, and you only get charged a fee when you get the rebate– definitely sounds too good to be true! However, we have put some cases through and I wanted to update you on the results so far with a couple of examples: Case 1 Furnished Holiday Let Jointly owned property...
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Free Government Money - claim yours now!

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Julie Jackson and Lisa Matterson of Global Cashflow.  They recently set up Global Cashflow to help people claim whats rightfully theres. Did you know you can claim capital allowance tax relief  on certain types of property?  It is your right to claim up to £100,000 per year in capital allowances. What I like about this is that if theres no claim theres no fee.  If you do claim, Global Cashflow only charge 5% + VAT of the value of new capital allowances identified.  They will also work with your accountant on this.  Basically the government are giving away free money!  Dont they say theres no such thing as a free lunch - however in this case I think there just might! It also sounds very easy and straightforward! You can listen to the short audio here by pressing the play button. [audio:http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21.mp3|titles=rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21] 96%...
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Kevin Green talks Property, Soil and Social Housing

Kevin Green is an amazing speaker. He gave us so much information about his property strategies. Read about how he made his fortune and his strategies for property investing.
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2010/11 Tax Busting Checklist

Colin Davison from Cranleys Property Tax Advisors has put together a very comprehensive 2010/11 Tax Busting Checklist. Below is his detailed section for Property and Loans. Has you accountant mentioned these points to you? You can download the full 2010/11 checklist covering all the following areas: Business Planning Business planning, especially if you have a Limited Company Employees – remember that if you are a director of your own limited company that this includes you. Benefits in Kind Personal Planning Investments Property and loans VAT Administration Property and loans 81 Consider buying your next buy-to-let property in the joint names of yourself and your spouse/civil partner as tenants-in-common. The rental income can then be divided between you according to the proportion of the property you each own, e.g. 20%: 80%, giving the lower earning partner a bigger share, so the rents may be taxed at the lower income tax rates. Yes...
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Save huge amounts of tax!

The pin meeting was fantastic. Arthur Kemp showed how you can claim as much as 20% of the purchase price of a property in capital allowance tax relief. You can also claim 150% relief on contaminated land! It was a real eye opener!
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