Tax experts charge up to several hundred pounds per hour for tax advice. Our guides are extremely affordable and contain lots of useful tax planning ideas.
We offer generous discounts if you buy more than one.
Which is the best guide for landlords and property investors?
Definitely How to Save Property Tax – it shows you how to pay less income tax and capital gains tax on rental properties. Continually updated and refined over the last 10 years after helping real landlords with their tax problems. It pretty much covers everything and is the UK’s most respected property tax bible.
Another popular guide is Using a Property Company to Save Tax. Companies are very attractive tax saving devices. This guide tells you absolutely everything you need to know about using a company to invest in property.
Interested in property capital gains tax? We would recommend Property Capital Gains Tax which has the clearest explanation you will find anywhere.
There is some overlap between this guide and How to Save Property Tax. If you only want one guide go for How to Save Property Tax.
I own a business, which guide is best for me?
We have two excellent guides for self-employed business owners (sole traders and partnerships):
Small Business Tax Saving Tactics - This guide contains a huge collection of tax saving techniques for small business owners.
Keeping it Simple - This plain-English guide tells you everything you need to know about small business bookkeeping, accounting, tax returns and VAT.
If you are an existing company owner and want to find out how to extract money from your company as tax efficiently as possible, we recommend Salary versus Dividends.
This guide also covers lots of other profit extraction techniques (eg splitting income with spouses, paying yourself rent and company pension contributions).
Capital Allowances can reduce your tax bill significantly when you spend money on property, cars, vans, computers and literally thousands of other business assets.
I want to know about offshore or overseas tax planning
I want to know about inheritance tax
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