Taxation is essential for the running of a modern society, but it is also a hugely complex system that takes into account hundreds of potential variables that are designed to ensure everyone pays the right amount of tax for their circumstances. Unfortunately, many people fail to take advantage of all their allowances and end up paying more tax than they should, especially when it comes to capital allowances. — Lovell Consulting helps their clientele prevent this from happening, and are hosting free to attend seminars that will help more people understand how much they can save.
The complimentary seminar will outline effective strategies for reducing tax on property expenditure using real recent case studies, and is aimed at people and businesses who want to know more about the subject in an accessible way, while being assured of expert insight.
The seminar will cover property purchases and sales, fundamental changes that took place in April 2014, new build and refurbishment expenditure, contaminated land relief, capital allowances and more, as understood through the lens of actual cases, guaranteeing real, definable results.
The seminar will be held at The Savile Club, 69 Brook Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 4ER, an exclusive and high end venue that reflects elegant exclusivity and creative energy. Taking place on Thursday 26th of February and Thursday 21st of May, the seminar will run for an hour and a half from 8.30am to 10am.
A spokesperson for Lovell Consulting explained, “We are thrilled to be hosting these seminars and we look forward to welcoming in people with a vested interest in saving more on their tax bill by understanding and reflecting their capital allowances. This is a field in which, without expert help, it is easy to be inaccurate and cost oneself money. Lovell Consulting ensures a frank and honest accounting respected by the HMRC that can save people huge sums without using opaque and questionable tactics.”
About Lovell Consulting: Lovell Consulting is recognized as the go-to firm for the specialist area of capital allowances. They are trusted advisers and deliver significant savings by analyzing property expenditure. They also provide specialist advice to many of the UK’s leading accounting, tax and law firms. Having good relationships with both H M Revenue and Customs and the Valuation Office Agency, they are respected on both sides of the fence.
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