The National Landlords Association (NLA) has announced that it is launching two new training courses for all landlords next month.
The ‘Planning a Successful Investment’ course is aimed at individuals who are contemplating becoming a landlord and established landlords looking to expand their property portfolios, while the ‘Specialist Landlord Taxation’ course is aimed at landlords who want to learn more about property taxation with a view of putting a long-term plan into place.
Planning a Successful Investment
The one day course will provide landlords with an overview of all the key considerations in terms of investing in the buy-to-let sector, as well as a solid understanding of the purchasing process, top tips and hints for researching properties to purchase, guidance and advice on how to expand or improve existing portfolios, along with strategies and options to get the best out of investments, including renovating existing properties.
The course content includes finding the right property, the process of buying a property, how to undertake renovations and manage plans and contractors, how to market and prepare a property for tenants, the pros and cons of using an agent, how to find the right finance and mortgages, business planning and exit strategies
To find out more about this course and to see available dates, click here.
Specialist Landlord Taxation
This one day course is aimed at landlords who want to learn more about property taxation with a view of putting a long-term plan into place.
The course will provide landlords with an overview of the tax regime and the general principles of property taxation, guidance on understanding and clarifying future tax liabilities, the various options available to reduce ongoing and potential tax bills, as well as the confidence and support in running more tax-efficient property portfolios
The course content includes an introduction and overview of the tax regime, the different property taxes, including capital gains tax, corporation tax and inheritance tax, the implications of Section24 of the Finance Act and recent changes to buy-to-let taxation, gifting and potentially exempt transfer, the benefits of incorporating or holding properties as a company, along with self-assessment and tax returns, including recent changes to digital tax.
For more information on this course and to see available dates, click here.
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