MJS Tax: the Capital Allowances specialists
By understanding the complexities of Capital Allowances, MJS Tax can release savings across your property portfolio and reduce your tax liabilities.
FREE biz4Biz webinar with MJS Tax
Wednesday 28th April, 2021 at 14.30 hrs
If you purchased property in the last 4 years, you may have paid too much Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), and could be entitled to a refund!
If you bought a house or other property in the last four years, you may have paid too much Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) and if you have, you could claim a refund from HMRC!
On 28th April at 14.30 hrs the biz4Biz team will be joined live by SDLT tax specialist, Michael Brownsdon, a Chartered Tax Surveyor and a Fellow of the Association of Tax Technicians.
MJS Tax are professionally qualified Capital Allowances and Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) experts. They know the ins and outs of the ever-changing tax environment, and know how to reduce tax liabilities through both commercial and residential properties.
Using our expert knowledge and innovative valuation techniques, we ensure that your Corporation Tax, Income Tax and Stamp Duty Land Tax liabilities are reduced as much as possible.MJS Tax Advisory Limited, is regulated by RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors). The service works on a success fee basis. If it’s not possible to claim a refund, no fee is due.
If a refund is identified, the fee is paid from the money reclaimed from HMRC. By joining biz4Biz on the 28th you could also determine whether or not you are due a refund on your Stamp duty.
Who should attend the webinar?
- Accountants, tax advisers and solicitors who deal with property matters.
- Property investors.
- Owners of commercial property or a holiday let.
- Anyone who has purchased a residential or commercial property in the last four years.
- Anyone who has spent more than £100,000 on your property.
Michael Brownsdon is a multi-qualified Capital Allowances specialist, dedicated to leading MJS Tax into the modern era. With a 100% track record in finalising beneficial claims with HMRC and the VOA, your taxes are in safe hands.
Michael Brownsdon is a Chartered Tax Surveyor, a Fellow of the Association of Tax Technicians and a Chartered Mechanical Engineer.
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