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Phew! HMRC omits CGT from tax reforms but there’s a sting...

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Today's much feared HMRC tax updates have turned out to be good news for landlords, with none of the expected Capital Gains...

East London landlord is first to get Covid fine for TENANT’S...

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A landlord has achieved a 'Covid first' after being fined £1,000 and banned from letting out his property for three months after...

‘Screeching U-turn’ by Scottish government over controversial short-lets regulation

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New laws to regulate short-term lets in Scotland have been delayed so the Scottish government can draw up draft guidance.

Scots short lets landlords to face £377 licence fee, minister reveals

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Scottish Housing minister Kevin Stewart has refused to back down on the issue of regulating short-term lets, insisting that local authorities need powers...

Don’t regulate short-let landlords until Covid’s over, Scots tell new poll

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Nearly three-quarters of Scots don’t want their government to pass new tourism rules until the pandemic is over, according to a new...

Airbnb all but closes down for lockdown and says sorry to...

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Airbnb is curbing all stays in England until 2nd December apart from long-term bookings made for specific reasons, vindicating many of its landlords'...

Making Airbnb hosts meet same rental regulations as traditional lets ‘will...

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Airbnb has joined a chorus of calls from Scotland’s short-lets sector urging the government to rethink hard-line plans to regulate its activities.

Landlords warned: come clean about Airbnb income or face fines

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Airbnb hosts and landlords should make sure their tax affairs are ship-shape to avoid any potential fines, warns a leading accountancy firm.

About time! Airbnb agrees to pay £1.8m more tax in the...

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HMRC hit Airbnb UK with an extra £1.8 million tax bill last year to add to the £1m it had already paid.

Airbnb to trial ‘snooping software’ in Scotland to help councils spot...

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Airbnb is to make it easier for local authorities to identify hosts who break local laws and has chosen Scotland as one...