Published: 03/02/2014
ISBN: 9781783062911
Format: Paperback

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Building on his experience of over 30 year as a Chartered Accountant, and with all his property investing knowledge, Iain Wallis has created a niche accountancy and tax practice that deals solely with... read more

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Legally Avoid Property Taxes
51 Top Tips to Save Property Taxes and Increase your Wealth
by Iain Wallis

There is nothing illegal in avoiding tax, and this book sets out 51 top tips to enable you to keep more of your income from property.

Legally Avoid Property Taxes is not a tax textbook: it is written in user-friendly, engaging jargon-free language by someone with over 30 years’ tax experience, who brings fun to tax but above all who is a full-time property investor. The book is packed with practical examples and real life examples of where you could end up paying too much tax and what you can do to legally avoid it. It will also enable you, with the correct planning, to preserve the capital wealth that has either been created or arisen through price inflation.

In the world of property taxation, the big five are: Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Corporation Tax, and Stamp Duty Land Tax. Iain Wallis’s handy new book helps readers avoid the big five – not stumble across them and then see a large tax bill!

Whether you are taking the first steps on your property journey, whether you are a seasoned campaigner or whether you want to preserve the family wealth, this book is packed with tax tips and useful examples which will enable you to legally pay less tax, keep more of your property income – and increase your wealth.

£3 of the purchase price of each book will be donated to Cancer Research.

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Northumberland Gazette

I was fortunate to purchase a copy at a presentation recently given by Iain.

As a landlord, I normally find tax incredibly dull. Not here. This book is engaging, written in a relaxed style with plenty of useful practical examples that are easy to apply. He manages to demystify property taxation and enables you to appreciate that there are so many ways that we as property investors leave money with the Inland revenue.

The section on Inheritance tax was particularly useful, as although not relevant to my personal circumstances just yet, I can see that my parents need to take action to avoid a 40% Inheritance tax charge on their hard earned wealth.

by Helen Amey


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