There needn’t be taxing times ahead for property investors, as Brookes & Co announces 2014 budget seminar
- Brookes & Co tax planning seminar on 26 March 2014 at London’s Pall Mall Institute of Directors venue
- New UK budget due to be delivered to Parliament on 19 March 2014
- International property markets to be considered in light of UK budget announcements
19 March 2014 will see the Chancellor of the Exchequer proudly deliver his annual budget to Parliament. While the Government’s public consultation on what the UK’s citizens would like to see in the budget has been open for some weeks, most individuals will be asking what the budget will mean for them personally, rather than contributing their thoughts on how the Chancellor might be able to innovate in 2014.
Economic circumstances over the past decade in the UK have been on something of a rollercoaster ride. The budget, which forms part of the UK’s vision of achieving strong and sustainable economic growth, marks a key point each year for every UK citizen when it comes to considering how best to handle their tax affairs, investment portfolio, savings and so forth.
Always at the forefront of successful tax planning, specialist accountancy and property investment firm Brookes & Co will be holding a tax planning seminar on 26 March, to address the issues raised by Chancellor Osborne’s 2014 budget.
Held at London’s prestigious Institute of Directors Pall Mall venue, hosted by Brookes & Co directors Philip Button and Ashley Foakes, the seminar will focus on the relationship between tax planning and real estate investment, both in the UK and overseas.
Brookes & Co is uniquely placed to advise clients on property investment, as Managing Director Philip Button explains,
“At Brookes & Co our background is as Chartered Certified Accountants, so we take the financial side of property investment very seriously. We’re able to provide our clients with a unique perspective on their investments, which takes into account all relevant taxation and other economic considerations.
“We also take the approach of always investing our own funds in the opportunities that we recommend to our clients, so that we are investing in partnership with all those who benefit from our company’s services. Offering our latest tax planning seminar, which ties in with the timing of the 2014 UK budget, is another part of our 360 degree approach to supporting our clients to achieve sound financial planning through appropriately considered property investment.”
The Fountains at ChampionsGate is precisely the kind of investment to which Button is referring. Offered to the market in partnership with renowned developer Feltrim, the development consists of three and four bedroom luxury villas in Orlando, Florida, just minutes from the city’s leading Walt Disney World Resort attraction.
In addition to year round sunshine, carefully landscaped seclusion, a resort-style pool and close proximity to 36 holes of Greg Norman-designed championship level golf course, the development offers investors impressive returns of 14.61% NET on cash invested. Deposits are available from as little as £46,875, with full price villas from £188,900 and US mortgages available. Investors can also benefit from six weeks’ usage of the property without compromising their rental return.
With careful tax planning and investment advice based on secure and stable real estate markets, such as that in Orlando, Brookes & Co is confident that it can support its clients to invest successfully in property both in the UK and overseas. The company invites anyone who wishes to know more to join them for their 26 March tax planning seminar in London.
For more information, contact Brookes & Co on 01621 875 925 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.brookesandco.co.uk. To reserve your place at the seminar, email Tim Harrington at Brookes & Co now: email@example.com.