Date & Time: Tuesday 12 March, 11am -11.45am
As the eagerly awaited Spring Budget approaches, speculation is rife about potential tax implications, especially in the context of rising inflation, higher interest rates, and a sluggish property market. Add political uncertainty into the mix with a looming general election and we can be sure of one thing – all eyes will be on the Chancellor, to see what he pulls out of his budget shaped hat!
Join us after the budget to unravel the changes and find out what this could mean for your property investments and businesses. Click here to register
- Unpacking the Chancellor’s Spring Budget – what will this mean for the property sector?
- Shifting sands – economic and political impact on the property sector
- Topical tax issues & strategies for efficient tax planning
- To sell or rent your developments? What you need to know
- Portfolio optimisation in a changing landscape – tax considerations for investors
- Protect your family’s wealth – succession planning and inheritance tax
We will explore 3 topical scenarios currently faced by property investors, developers, and family groups – looking at tax planning strategies for each.
- Holding Properties Amid Sales Challenges
- Portfolio Optimisation in a Changing Yield Landscape
- Family Succession Planning and Inheritance Tax
Who Should attend?
This session will be most relevant for property investors, developers, and property professionals such as architects, surveyors, solicitors and estate agents – as well as families wishing to preserve their capital wealth.
- Introduction – Political & Economic Backdrop
- Budget Analysis
- Topical Tax Issues.
- Tax Planning Scenarios
(For more details of what will be covered on the agenda, click here)
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain invaluable knowledge and strategic insights into the ever-evolving landscape of taxation in the UK property and construction sector. Register through Eventbrite today.