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More action from yesterday's Tenant Tax Summit in London.Lord Howard Flight urges landlords to wake up and smell the coffee about Clause 24, but also reveals that there is a huge lack of awareness amongst MPs at Westminster!NOW is the time for YOU to assist this cause and spread awareness much further and wider. It is believed that 97% of the U.K.’s 2 million landlords have 3 properties or less and are likely not engaged on landlord issues on a daily basis. These are the landlords we need to make aware of Section 24 and bring their vast numbers into our campaign!Below, I have created a social media press kit for you to use:The four key platforms recommended to be used are:FacebookTwitterLinkedINForums and communities such as moneysavingexpert.com, fool.co.uk, etc.We need you to create content, share content, and amplify content to reach as many landlords as possible.To make this as easy as possible, we have created a raft of ready-made status up-dates for you to share across the web - especially Facebook and twitter.Simply cut and paste the below messages onto your timelines:New Tenant Tax means half a million buy-to-let properties could be sold says @nationallandlord #landlordsfightback http://bit.ly/1qotysjWill the new Tenant Tax deter investment in buy-to-let sector? 86% of landlords think so http://bit.ly/1SMrKAo #landlordsfightback #Property Tribes EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Cherie Blair MBE QC on Judicial Review of Clause 24 ow.ly/LgUm3015s7F @TenantTaxNumber of London landlords looking to sell has quadrupled since Summer Budget @TheMoveChannel #landlordsfightback http://bit.ly/1N87Rr2Rents will rise, supply will fall and tenants could be made homeless. Help abolish the Tenant Tax http://bit.ly/1S6DL3TLandlords! Stand together to fight the Tenant Tax - Section 24. Help @tenanttax take the Government to court .http://bit.ly/1S6DL3TThousands of landlords will be taxed on loss-making properties. Help @tenanttax take the Government to court. http://bit.ly/1S6DL3TLandlords with 40pc equity and a 3pc fixed mortgage would be making an average annual loss of £325 by 2020 http://bit.ly/1oSj98eAccording to @SpareRoomUK stats, nearly half of tenants will face higher rents as a result of new buy-to-let tax http://bit.ly/1SzzcOYAre you a landlord? Join the Tenant Tax Facebook group and share it with your friends to educate about Clause 24 http://ow.ly/D4Nk3013U8ILandlords unite! Support the Judicial Review of Section 24 to abolish tenant tax http://ow.ly/xIyn3013UEr #property @TenantTax Landlords! Find out more about the @RLA_News campaign against Clause 24 a.k.a. the tenant tax http://ow.ly/a6ci3013V4HLandlords! Do not be complacent! Section 24 is a threat to your business. Help @tenanttax take Government to court. http://bit.ly/1S6DL3TLike and sharePlease like and share the Tenant Tax Facebook pageOther actionsPlease make use of the resources provided by the Residential Landlords Association:Visit and share the RLA Section 24 campaign page.Your voice can make a difference, which is why we need you to speak to your MP about how you will be affected by the changes. Act now:Meet your MP Write to your MP If you have not already done so, please pledge your support:Crowd Justice Tenant Tax Fund Raising Page This is not a time for complaceny or apathy. The majority of landlords are sleepwalking towards disaster! ALL landlords and tenants will be affected by this tax and we urge you to stand up and unite with other landlords against this unfair regime.Related content:Property Tribes EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Cherie Blair about the Judicial ReviewLandlords unite! Support the Judicial Review of Clause 24 View the letter that the Judicial Review lawyers sent to HMRCAnalysis of the impact of Tax changes on landlords How will you be wording rent increases caused by Clause 24 to your tenants? Are you selling up or disposing of properties because of Clause 24?On behalf of all the organisations involved in the campaign, thank you for your continued support and for helping create a buzz and awareness via social media.
Vanessa Warwick Landlord and Co-Founder of PropertyTribes.com **If you have got value from Property Tribes, find out how you can support it in remaining a free to use community resource**
I could not agree more
I am getting a reputaion in my area that I only talk about Negs and its doom and gloom
I try and spread the word to every one I meet but I get the feeling it goes in one ear and out the other
Most I talk to just dont undertand whats happening because they are too busy
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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They will soon wake up and take an interest when they do their tax return in 2017 and they feel Section 24 in their pocket!By then it will be too late.
I note Govt is still putting out the incorrect Govt propaganda that LL receive
GENEROUS TAX RELIEFS!
It is equally true that ALL BUSINESS receives
GENEROUS TAX RELIEFS
So therefore the PRS receives no more tax reliefs than any other business!!
However the way it comes across is that LL receive more than anyone else
All complete rubbish, but the Govt and BBC conive in perpetrating this line.
Perhaps if Govt were to say something like
In line with normal business practice anywhere in the UK LL receive generous tax reliefs.
That would be true!
Whether such reliefs are generous or not is very subjective
But as businesses we expect to receive the same GENEROUS tax reliefs as any other UK business does!
Mortgaged Sole trader LL will be the only business that will not receive generous tax reliefs if C24 is enforced