Buy-to-let landlords are being invited to take part in a free seminar in Cumbria next week.
The event, which will be held at The Melbreak Hotel, near Workington, will take place next Thursday, February 22, with a view to helping those in the property industry better understand the landmark changes to taxation that have taken place in recent years.
Open to landlords and property developers, the seminar, hosted by Lamont Pridmore, will cover changes to tax relief on repairs, changes to loan and mortgage interest relief and capital gains tax implications.
Starting at 4pm, landlords will also be able to ask questions of the firm’s local managing directors, Les Walker and Stuart Edger, who will share their expertise before attendees enjoy a light supper from 5.30pm.
Walker said: “Landlords have experienced a number of changes to the way their tax affairs are handled and having spoken with some in the profession it is clear that there is still some uncertainty about the impact this has had and what solutions best fit their portfolio of properties.
“With this in mind, this free event aims to comprehensively cover a number of the recent changes to ensure property investors are properly prepared and can make the most from the locations they have invested in or are seeking to purchase.”
Those who attend the seminar will also receive two free practical advice guides prepared by the company’s team that will cover the key property tax points for investors and residential property lettings.
Graham Lamont, chief executive of Lamont Pridmore, added: “We have a long history of supporting the region’s landlords and property investors, so we are really looking forward to meeting members of the sector at our upcoming event in Workington.”
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