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Why are private landlords playing Russian Roulette with their rent? …

19 January, 20180 Comments
Question: Do you think your hard working tenants (even with the best referencing in the world), who have paid the rent on time for years, are safe?… If so, then please think again !! We say this because over the last 10 years the UK has seen a surge in larger companies going bust, announcing
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HMRC supporting landlords with their Self Assessment tax returns

04 December, 20171 Comments
Leading up to 31 January 2018, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are providing a variety of digital products to help you complete your 2016-17 Self Assessment tax returns. These include: Live webinars on completing the online Self Assessment return including the Income from Property pages. Book here (click) A webinar providing information for individuals who
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Self-Assessment 2018 and Income from property – the basics

21 November, 20170 Comments
Are you a new landlord or landlord who just needs a refresher? If so, HMRC has the online help and support you need. If you need help with Self Assessment, the following webinar is available to help you complete your income from property return. Online tax return for income from property  Tu‌esd‌ay 5 De‌ce‌mb‌er – 2p‌m to
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Update from HMRC – Tax support for landlords

03 November, 20170 Comments
Are you a new landlord, or a landlord who just needs a refresher? If so, HMRC has the online help and support you need. These live webinars will provide an overview on the tax treatment of income and expenses for renting out UK property, furnished holiday lettings and the rent a room scheme. Join from
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Digital support from HMRC | Income from property for individuals

19 September, 20170 Comments
For new and prospective landlords, this live, interactive webinar explains the different types of income from property, allowable expenses and a landlord’s responsibilities to HMRC. Join from a computer, tablet or smartphone and use the on screen text box to ask questions. Th‌ur‌sd‌ay 5 Oc‌to‌be‌r – 1‌0a‌m to 1‌1a‌m     Mo‌nd‌ay 1‌6 Oc‌to‌be‌r – 2p‌m to
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As HMRC clamp down on landlords, tax protection insurance demand increases

16 August, 20170 Comments
Newham council believe that HMRC may be losing £200m a year in London alone, after discovering that half of its landlords have failed to register for self – assessment. After the licensing process Newham found it had 50,000 private properties owned by 27,000 separate landlords, the council now understands that 13,000 have failed to register for self-assessment.
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Cherie Blair wades in on landlord tar relief cuts

Cherie Blair – Mortgage tax relief cuts breaches human rights

04 February, 20160 Comments
Cherie Blair MBE QC is the latest to wade in on the battle of the ‘unfair’ mortgage tax relief changes for landlord. Mrs Blair’s law firm Omnia Strategy has sent a legal letter to the HMRC stating that the changes breach landlords’ human rights. The letter must be responded to by the Government by Wednesday
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Due Diligence for Live in Landlords, including the Immigration Bill.

18 April, 20140 Comments
The biggest worry facing a live in landlord is the kind of person their lodger might be (aside from whether they’re simply compatible) – are they a criminal, likely to be violent or damage your home?  Will they pay the rent on time?  Will they respect you and your home? It’s a staggering fact that
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