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Tax Change & Property Investment Seminar
Fri 31 March 2017, 07:30 – 09:30 BST
Seven Capital is pleased to invite you to a seminar on the changes in buy-to-let tax relief coming into effect in April.
In the Summer Budget, George Osborne announced that landlords would no longer be able to deduct all their mortgage interest payments when working out their annual profits. Instead, mortgage interest tax relief will gradually be cut back to 20% between 2017 and 2020.
Following on from this weeks' Spring Budget release, Phillip Hammond has announced that there will be no changes to this and the decision will continue to take effect in April.
So what does this mean for landlords across the country? And how will they be affected?
Seven Capital’s breakfast seminar will provide you with the opportunity to gain valuable information from tax expert Jay Boyce (partner at MacIntyre Hudson) on how this may affect you and your investment, and put to rest any concerns you may have regarding these changes.
Seven Capital will also be launching a handy tax guide in conjunction with tax partner, MacIntyre Hudson, which will detail everything from the seminar.
Guest Speaker: Jay Boyce, tax expert and partner, MacIntyre Hudson
Agenda: 7.30am – Meet & greet with pastries & breakfast rolls
8.00am – Welcome address by Andy Foote, Seven Capital
8.15am – Speaker: Tax changes
8.45am – Q&A
9.00am – Networking
9.30am – Close