SEISS grant 4 now open / Are self-isolation payments taxable?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 12, 2021
The SEISS grant 4 is now open for applications until 1st June 2021. Also: are self-isolation payments taxable? We take a closer look.
Is Airbnb becoming a threat to some Landlords?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 12, 2021
Airbnb landlord – we examine the effect of Airbnb’s business model on the buy to let market and how the two models compare generally.
Lasting Power of Attorney – what is it for?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 5, 2021
Lasting Power of Attorney – what is it for? Here, we help you understand and give some guidance to guide you in making the right decisions.
Removal of Section 21 – do you have to be a mug to be a landlord?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 3, 2021
Removal of Section 21 – is the buy-to-let sector a mug’s game for a landlord or is there still good value to be had from renting property?
NHS Continuing Healthcare – apparently it exists. But can you actually get it?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 19, 2021
NHS Continuing Healthcare is not means-tested and should cover all the care costs for your elderly relatives when become ill from old age.
Section 21 changes – should I be worried?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 14, 2021
Section 21 changes – we consider the effect of the section 21 changes proposed by the government as long ago as April 2019.
Buy-to-let news: mortgage options, evictions and EICR deadlinePosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 6, 2021
In this buy-to-let news update, we’re looking at how more BTL mortgages are appearing on the market, plus an update on evictions and EICR.
COVID business rates relief explainedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 31, 2021
The government has announced a further £1.5 billion in COVID business rates relief. But which sectors are eligible, and how can you apply?
The tenant fees ban – what a landlord can charge and what he can’tPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 29, 2021
Tenant fees – the ban on charging tenants many types of fees has been here since 2019. Here’s a reminder of what you need to know about the tenant fees ban.
Tax free Capital Gains you can make in this tax yearPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 17, 2021
Tax free capital gains are always welcome. In this article, we list out some of the most basic ways that assets can be disposed of tax free.