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Make property tax less taxing with expert strategies for 2024/25

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Following the Spring Budget announcement on 6th March and the Tax Year End fast approaching on 5th April, it’s a busy tax period for property professionals.

To help guide you through the latest tax changes and plan ahead for the 2024/25 financial year, we arranged for Mark Stemp, Tax Partner at Crowe UK, to join us in a live webinar.

Watch back to learn:

  • How the reductions to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) will benefit property businesses
  • How the abolition of the Furnished Holiday Let rules are likely to impact landlords
  • Tax Year End planning ideas that you and your clients can implement straight away
  • How income sharing amongst the family could reduce your overall tax liability
  • How trusts and family investment companies can increase tax efficiency

Mark is a tax advisor in England and will cover income tax, corporation tax and inheritance tax that’s applicable to the devolved nations. The SDLT aspects will be for England and Northern Ireland only.

To help resolve your individual tax challenges, we also opened the floor for your questions in the Live Q&A.

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About the presenter

Mark is a Private Client Tax Partner of the national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm, Crowe UK. He provides tax advice to help clients not only overcome their tax problems, but also to help them become and remain tax efficient. He advises on all aspects of the tax system but in particular Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax. Many of his clients are either investors or developers of property. His main focus at the moment is advising his clients on the best structure for their property businesses particularly in view of the tax changes for residential property.

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Watching this session LIVE will count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and will award you a CPD Certificate.