Articles Tagged ‘Property tax’

"Rent a room" relief to continue for Airbnb landlords


Last year HMRC carried out a review of "rent a room" relief and it was proposed that the availability of this generous relief would be restricted to situations where the taxpayer was resident for at least part of the time when the “lodger” was paying rent.

Are you aware of the latest tax exemptions? 

Investing in commercial property with a SSAS/SIPP pension

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Small Self-Administered Scheme Pensions (SSAS) and Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP) are two types of personal pension schemes. They are pensions that are controlled by you, and thus you make the investment decisions.

SSAS and SIPP pensions can be used for investing into commercial property or other business ventures that you are not directly involved in. 

Landlords and tax: are you up to date?

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Following on the heels of the changes surrounding buy-to-let mortgages for landlords who own four or more homes in 2017, this year saw a new raft of tax rules. Are you up to date with the latest?

Tax rules around owning multiple properties can be complex – not to mention ever-changing, but our experienced property tax team can help you understand what you need to know, so that you can concentrate on your property portfolio and make the most of your tax allowances.

Property Tax - The ins and outs

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Buying or selling property for yourself or as a buy-to-let investment can be a stressful business, even before you factor in the taxes you’re required to pay. However, by taking the time to fully understand and plan for your property tax obligations, you can put yourself ahead of the game. 

So, what taxes are you liable to pay on your property and what can landlords claim as expenses?

Selective Licensing - How will your investment properties be affected?

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From 1st August 2018, Nottingham City Council introduced a new licensing scheme that will affect landlords in most areas of the city. From that date, landlords will be required to obtain a licence for each property they let, to make sure it meets the required safety and quality standards for tenants.

There has been much hype in the press over this move, but there is a small silver lining for landlords - the licence fee is tax deductible.

Find out how your property portfolio could be affected.

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