Private landlords heading to the National Landlords Association (NLA) National Conference will be able to access information on property tax.

A special session has been planned for the event, which will cover issues concerning capital gains tax, inheritance tax and the new HM Revenue &Customs (HMRC) powers.

Landlords will also be able to learn more about self-assessment and the pros and cons of becoming a limited company.

In a statement, the NLA: "Tax can be a minefield for the uninitiated. Recent tax reform has simplified tax returns on one hand but has given HMRC greater powers to investigate on the other."

The conference runs from Friday November 20th until Saturday November 21st at Holiday Inn, Birmingham.

Some of the headline speakers at the annual gathering include NLA chairman David Salusbury and MP Ian Austin, who holds responsibility for the private rented sector.

Written by John Weeks

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