2nd Tuesday of the month Holiday Inn Brentwood, CM14 5NF Contact 01206 700 045

Advanced Tax Planning and Preparing for Clause 24


Special Guest Speaker Paul Elliott

Date: Tuesday 14 February 2017

Location:Holiday Inn Brentwood, CM14 5NF (Onsite parking for just £1)

Itinerary: 18:30 - Casual networking
19:00 - Members introductions
19:25 - Main event & special guest speaker
20:20 - Finger buffet
20:40 - Q&A
21:15 - Casual networking

Event Information

Paul has a background of over 30 years in financial services, with a brief 2 year break in management and sales training. His speciality over recent years has been in the niche of advanced tax planning through trust structures, and is without doubt the most interesting and client-beneficial work he has ever been involved in.

Over recent years and in conjunction with some expert partners, his range of services has now expanded and includes the following: remuneration trusts, asset trusts, pension flexibility structures, and alternative investments.

With all of the impending tax changes that are being forced upon us landlords, this is an event not to be missed.


Who should attend?

The Essex Property Network is the ideal place to mix with experienced and novice property investors. You will be able to meet like minded investors and potential joint venture partners.If you want to enhance your property investment skills or simply be enthused and inspired, the Essex Property Network is the place for you.   

Why you should attend

  • Meet with many local active property investors
  • Share their successes and challenges
  • Pick up tips and ideas to help you succeed
  • Push your boundaries
  • Find potential JV Partners
  • Network and associate with like minded people
  • Make a commitment to succeed
  • Find out what strategies are working today
  • Meet with brokers, solicitors, new contacts, and other property professionals

Join us at the next EPN when Paul Elliott will be sharing with us:

  • Preparing for the removal of ‘mortgage interest relief’
  • How can remuneration trusts help?
  • Asset trusts debunked
  • Pitfalls and scams to avoid in tax planning
  • SDLT refunds…
  • Incorporating property portfolios

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