ATED return (Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings) – don’t forget!Posted by Karen Jones on April 22, 2021
Do you have a company which owns residential properties valued at over £500k? If you do, then you may have to file ATED returns (Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings) and pay additional taxes on them.
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.
Stamp duty and selling your house. Throwing in the garden shed?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on December 7, 2020
Stamp duty when selling your house may not seem important as it’s paid by the buyer but there are still good reasons to help.
Green Homes Grant launched – can you claim up to £5,000?Posted by Ben Locker on September 30, 2020
The Green Homes Grant is launched today. We explain how homeowners and landlords can claim up to £5,000 for energy-saving improvements.
Regain possession of a rental property – latest updatePosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 28, 2020
To regain possession of a rental property successfully you will need to understand all the latest rules arising from the COVID19 pandemic.
Property transfer scams – don’t let a scammer steal your house!Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 14, 2020
Property transfer scams – HM Land Registry has prevented many fraudulent property transfers. Register your house on their service now.
Rent a room at home – is it tax free?Posted by Karen Jones on July 13, 2020
Learn more about how the rent a room scheme works and whether you will have to pay tax if you choose to do so.
Letting a jointly owned propertyPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 1, 2020
What you need to know about your jointly owned property It is not always the case that a husband and wife can decide how to share the rental income they receive from a jointly owned property.
The Residential Nil Rate Band – What Does It Mean For You?Posted by Karen Jones on April 17, 2020
Learn about how the new residential nil-rate band (RNRB) and how it applies to inheritance tax (IHT).
Save Tax on your Buy To Lets without Incorporating…for married couplesPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 15, 2020
If you’re a married couple who own properties there may be some tax-efficient solutions for you.