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Monday, January 25, 2021

Tax

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...
Ostensibly the review is to look into whether the current tax on gains from asset sales - Capital Gains Tax (CGT) - is “fit for purpose” and to see if the current rules “distort behaviour.”
Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has opened up an investment window until next March next year for those considering investing in a buy-to-let or second home. The stamp duty holiday for all homes, including second homes...
Stamp Duty Refunds Thousands of homeowners, unable to sell because of the covid-19 lockdown, are in danger of breaching the 3-year stamp duty concession ruling when they have bought a second home before selling their existing...
Property Taxation: Times are difficult for everyone at the moment and landlords are no exception. In fact, not only are landlords suffering the financial consequences of Coronavirus like everyone else, but this crisis has come on top of...
2020 Budget: The new Chancellor's and the new Government’s first budget after leaving the EU gives little cause for celebration for small-scale residential landlords. There was no mention of the private rented sector...
Over the last year or so there have been several major changes in the way landlords are taxed. Here, property taxation expert Nick Braun, founder the highly respected Taxcafe.co.uk, gives a comprehensive summary of the main changes affecting buy-to-let landlords, and...
According to research from the NLA, 4 in 10 landlords are either seriously considering forming a limited company or looking into the option in the coming months. Can you - and more importantly should you - set up a company to...
This is a Guide to Tax Deductible Letting Expenses for Landlords under the new tax rules following the Summer Budget 2015. These may be subject to change and you are advised to consult a tax specialist before making any...
At the beginning of April this year, HMRC published an innocuous sounding document called "Revenue and Customs Brief 5/2013", which contained "draft revised guidance" on repairs and their treatment for income tax and corporation tax. This could mean no...