As we return to some normality following the impact COVID-19 has had on the market, professional landlords have had to re-evaluate the way they choose to run their rental portfolios.
Our latest guide, ‘Buy to let property owners: Changes to UK tax relief on finance costs’, highlights the key considerations facing buy to let owners regarding the tax changes.
Buy to let owners have already been affected, due to the way the changes have been introduced gradually.
However, the impact of the restriction on income tax relief may only just be being felt now, as tax reporting and payments catch up to the changes in legislation.
Buy to let owners need to understand the following:
- How these changes have already affected their rental portfolio
- How they’ve been impacted since 6 April 2020 (as the phased introduction of the restrictions were completed)
- What steps can be taken to mitigate their exposure to taxation
In our guide you’ll discover examples of corporate ownership tax position and the latest updates on:
Capital gains tax
Income tax and corporation tax
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)
Examples of corporate ownership tax position
Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)
Please note: This material has been prepared for general informational purposes only. Please refer to a specialist tax advisor for specific advice.
Download the guide here.
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