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Monday, October 18, 2021

Tax

One of the most common tax topics we are asked about at APARI is jointly-owned property. Jointly-owned property is where a property, rental or otherwise, is owned by more than one person. In tax...
The big changes are in the submission frequency and digital submission process. Firstly, you will need to complete not one but five tax submissions per year ‒ one every quarter with the final one being an annual...
With new Making Tax Digital (MTD) rules from HMRC soon to come into effect, landlords and any other self-employed individuals will have to submit their accounts directly to HMRC via recognised software. The changes will create a...
HMRC has recently changed its guidance for stamp duty and multiple dwellings relief claims. How have the changes impacted you and are you entitled to a stamp duty refund? Last month, HMRC changed its...
On Thursday 17 December, mydeposits will run ‘The Great Tax Debate’ webinar, aimed at helping landlords prepare for 2021, which it is thought could bring some of the biggest changes to tax in recent years.
Landlords have long suspected that UK property taxes are higher than in many other countries, and previous studies have shown this to be the case, but to come out at the top of the rankings is somewhat...
Anyone with disposable income has a choice whether to spend that money on holidays and luxury goods or to save it. Arguably, there is a middle way: investing in property. The path of a landlord, if done...
Those of you who keep up with all the latest tax rules will be well aware of the upcoming Making Tax Digital (MTD) regulatory changes from HMRC and will be making preparations for this biggest ever tax...
A little known date in HMRC’s tax calendar is not as easily remembered as the 5th of November, a date we never forget, but it’s the 5th of October; an important date in the tax calendar because...
Despite the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s reassurance to the recently-elected back-bench Tory MPs yesterday, that there will be no "horror show of tax rises with no end in sight", as the government deals with the astronomical costs of...