UK Landlord Tax blog

Residence nil rate band frozen

Residence nil rate band frozen

With the residence nil rate band being frozen until 2026, if you have a high-value estate in the family it might be worth planning ahead to make sure you reduce the inheritance tax bill. Our latest blog explains more. The residence nil rate band (RNRB) is an...

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SDLT and shared ownership

SDLT and shared ownership

Shared ownership can enable an individual to own a stake in a property where they would not otherwise be able to get on the housing ladder. As with other property purchases, stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is payable where you buy a property through shared ownership in...

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Furnished holiday lettings and interest costs

Furnished holiday lettings and interest costs

We often get asked about the tax treatment of interest on Furnished Holiday Lettings (FHL). As specialist furnished holiday lettings accountants, here we focus on the tax treatment of mortgage interest payments. Furnished holiday lettings are something of a special...

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