UK Landlord Tax blog
On paper, it’s cut and dried in terms of who needs to report capital gains tax and by when. But what happens when there’s no capital gains tax to pay? Do you still need to submit a report?
We won’t sit on the fence here: in most cases, for higher-rate taxpayers, buying rental property through a limited company does make sense.
In many ways, HMRC has become much easier to deal with in recent decades. Its officials seem more willing to talk and to give advice – and often more flexible. At the same time, any landlord contacting them should be careful and methodical.
On 3 March, Rishi Sunak delivered his second Budget. It was more about spending than tax, but did include news of some tax changes and increases.
A landlord tax specialist could save you money and save you from frustration. Here’s a checklist of what you ought to expect from your accountant.
With self-assessment deadlines upon us, it’s a busy time of year for accountants all over the country and the same is certainly true for the property tax experts here at UK Landlord Tax.
The fact is, we’re too busy to help in person right now, but we don’t like the thought of people struggling so here’s some hopefully helpful advice.
After a series of unpopular tax changes in the buy-to-let sector, many landlords have decided to move to short-term letting on platforms like Airbnb.
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit earlier this year, owners of holiday rentals, including Airbnb hosts, saw their previously lucrative businesses dry up almost overnight. Here’s what you can do as an Airbnb landlord.
The deadline for self-assessment tax might be 31 January 2021 but that doesn’t mean you should wait until then to submit. If you’re a landlord and haven’t already completed a tax return, get it done now.
Got a question for our landlord tax experts?
If there’s a property tax issue that has you puzzled or worried, get in touch. Everyone on our team loves to talk, especially when it helps people like you find peace of mind.