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NEW FOR APRIL
Property Investment: How to fund your retirement with a buy-to-let property pension
Do you want financial security in retirement? How about reducing your hours or retiring when you are ready rather than when you are told to? If you do then this book is for you. Don’t believe the doom and gloom merchants who think property investment is dead. It is alive and thriving for those who develop property portfolios in an educated and informed way.
We are all living longer and for now that means that we will be retired for longer. As it stands many people in the United Kingdom do not have a retirement pension and many of those who do will find that it may not pay out enough to retire financially secure. Recent changes introduced by the government such as auto-enrolment and increased retirement age are not going to be enough for the majority of people. Then there are those who will opt out of auto-enrolment and the self-employed! For those who are auto-enrolled into a defined contribution pension scheme, they have no idea what the end benefit is going to be because it will depend on how the money is invested. A buy-to-let property pension can provide an alternative or an additional pension pot for anyone who is prepared to take a sensible approach to entering the market.
This book is for those people who would like to take more control over their retirement and have a lot more certainty about what that means in real terms. Having invested in a property portfolio for her own retirement, the author is able to provide enough information for you to make an informed decision. Property investment for a retirement pension makes good sense as property prices increase over the long term and rents will increase too. This book does not claim to be a get rich quick scheme but it does provide a considered approach to investing in something that has withstood the test of time historically and is likely to do so in the future. We British love property and it is an area that anyone can invest in. Whether you are 20 or 60, you can invest in property and if you invest wisely and do your sums, you can rest assured that you will be able to retire comfortably when the time comes.
New for January
Buy to Let: 7 steps to successful investing
Includes all of the recent legislation and tax change information.
This book is so up-to-date and clearly written. I have been investing in property for the past few years and wish I had this book right from the start. Having said this, I have learned so much, I love the clarity. RL, Property Investor.
This is a motivating and informative book providing bang up to date information on how to invest in the current climate. With interest rates at an all time low, many people are looking for alternative places to invest their money and property remains a good option.
Although recent changes in stamp duty, house price rises and changes to tax relief may have put some investors off, the well informed, determined investor can still find that buy to let property provides a great return on investment.
Buy to Let: 7 steps to successful investing
is a book that includes information for Landlords renting throughout the United Kingdom.
The modern investor will need to take a disciplined approach to growing a buy to let portfolio in order to reap the rewards of their labour. This book provides a seven step approach including:
All of this, from someone who has done all of these things recently. Whether you want to buy property for an income for now or for the future and whether you want to hand it over to a letting agent or fully manage it yourself, this book provides all of the information you will need.
New for March
Property Investment: Buy-to-Let Tax & Account Maintenance, a short guide
If you want to find the detail of how the recent tax changes might affect you, this is your 'Go To' book.
This short booklet (41 pages) details the tax changes and how they will be implemented over the next few years, it includes examples and calculations to help property investors and landlords prepare for the future.
After posting videos on my You Tube channel, landlords have asked for more information around, tax, expensed, capital gains and PPR exemptions. Rather than pointing them to my other investment book which might not be completely relevant to them, I have pulled out the appropriate chapter, added a few extra nuggets of information and updated it following the most recent budget.
This is for those who just want the information, it is not tax advice, there are plenty of other books out there that offer that. A snapshot of what this book contains is:
1. Keeping accounts
2. Annual allowable expenses
3. Tax relief on finance costs with examples of phased
4. Capital expenses and Capital gains
5. Principle Private Residence Exemptions (PPR)
This book provides invaluable information if you just want to catch up with what is happening in the buy-to-let world at present. It is and affordable taster at £1.99 for the kindle version.
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