Helping landlords stay up-to-date on all things property tax 👊
Helping landlords stay up-to-date on all things property tax 👊
In the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt set out his plan to promote growth. In this post, we look at the key tax changes that property investors need to know about.
Nick Sheppard, managing director of Framework Mortgaging, shares his insights on the mortgage market and key things for buy-to-let investors to consider heading into 2024.
The upcoming Renters' Reform Bill, as discussed by Housing Secretary Michael Gove, aims to fundamentally alter the relationship between landlords and tenants in the UK. The bill is designed to offer tenants enhanced protection against unpredictable rent increases and other issues. In this blog, we’ll explore exactly what the proposed reforms mean for landlords.
As a landlord, you are required to provide your new tenants a copy of the government's How to Rent guide. In this blog post, we'll cover what the guide is, what it includes, and why it's important to provide the latest version to your tenants.
The new tax year begins on 6th April and with it comes a host of tax changes. In this blog, we’ve summarised the key tax changes that landlords need to know about.
In the Spring Statement, the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced measures that will affect tenants and landlords alike. He shared that inflation has peaked and the UK will avoid entering a “technical recession” later this year. In this post, we look at the key tax changes that property investors need to know about.
As the end of the tax year approaches, it’s a good time for landlords to review their tax affairs and take advantage of any available tax efficiencies while also preparing for the upcoming year. There are four things that should be top of the list to check: expenses, salary, dividends and pension. In this blog, we’ll explore each of these areas in more detail.
When it comes to buying investment property, should you do it personally or through a limited company? It's a decision that can have a significant impact on your finances and investment goals. In this article, we'll help you decide whether a limited company is the right choice for you by looking at the advantages and disadvantages.
Are you looking to invest in rental properties in 2023? If so, you'll want to focus on locations with the highest rental yields. Rental yield is the annual rental income of a property divided by its value. The higher the rental yield, the better the return on investment. In this blog, we'll be sharing the top UK rental yield hotspots for 2023, along with tips for finding the best investment opportunities.
As a landlord, self-assessment tax returns can be a confusing and overwhelming process. In this blog post, we break down five of the most frequent mistakes we see landlords make when filing their taxes, and how to avoid them. From how to calculate mortgage interest correctly to claiming the right expenses, we've got you covered.
The government has announced that Making Tax Digital for Income Tax will be delayed by two years for landlords and self-employed individuals, giving people longer to prepare for the change to digital taxation.
The last quarter of 2022 has been turbulent to say the least. The Provestor team share how they are navigating the current landscape with their own property portfolios and what landlords need to watch out for heading into 2023.
From April 2023, landlords selling a property will be required to pay thousands of pounds more in capital gains tax (CGT), as a result of the tax changes announced in the recent Autumn Statement.
As the year comes to an end, don't forget about the upcoming January submission and payment deadlines for Self Assessment tax returns. Whether you own property in a limited company or your personal name, you need to be aware of your income and capital gains tax liabilities. In this blog, we outline the key things landlords need to know to complete a Self Assessment.
With the festive season just around the corner, you might be preparing for your eagerly anticipated Christmas shindig. Did you know you can claim back the cost of an annual party from HMRC? Christmas parties are the perfect way to boost employee morale, increasing cohesion between staff members and letting you celebrate any achievements over the past 12 months. Plus, who doesn’t love a Christmas dinner and receiving gifts from secret Santa?
In the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt set out his plan to stabilise the economy and reduce inflation through wide-ranging ‘stealth’ tax rises and spending cuts. In this post, we look at the key tax changes that property investors need to know about.
Following the Government’s mini budget announcement that stamp duty land tax (SDLT) would be cut significantly, the Welsh government has responded by announcing changes to Land Transaction Tax (LTT).
The new Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has announced the government is scrapping almost all of the tax measures set out in its mini-budget three weeks ago to “provide confidence and stability”.
In our latest blog, we take a look at the effect of rising interest rates on landlords and property investors and what they can do to mitigate the impact.
Enjoying the hot summer weather? Fancy a celebration on your limited company? Read on to learn how you can save tax by throwing a staff summer party.
A review into the impact of increases in short-term holiday lets has been launched by the Government, indicating that regulation could soon be coming to the holiday let market.
The Government has recently announced several tax changes that will impact furnished holiday let owners. In this blog, Provestor’s Client Manager Chris Littlewood sets out the key things property investors need to know to retain access to business rates.
In the Queen's Speech (May 10), the government announced its Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, as well as a Renters Reform Bill. We’ve summarised the key takeaways for landlords and property investors in this post.
Overall, the Spring Statement 2022 was relatively quiet for landlords. In this post, we look at the key areas that property investors need to know about.
Does your limited company own residential property that’s valued close to or over £500k? If so, you’ll need to meet your ATED reporting requirements for the 2023/24 year by 30 April.