Tax & Accountancy

Landlords and Class 2 National Insurance


The outcome of our due diligence on this matter is that Landlords are NOT obliged to pay Class 2 National Insurance, regardless of whether they are running a business, unless they are also a trade. Furthermore, payment of Class 2 National Insurance also has no bearing whatsoever on claims for incorporation relief under Section 162 TCGA. The above… Read more

Are Landlords Ever Required To Pay National Insurance?


Some accountants have been telling their clients that if they want to claim they run the “business” as a “partnership” then they will automatically have to pay National Insurance. “That can’t be right”, I hear you cry! Well it’s not quite clear cut, so I decided to do some more research on the subject and… Read more

Are Joint Buy-to-Let Owners Automatically A Business Partnership For SDLT Exemption Purposes At Incorporation?


Until quite recently, many professional advisers (including myself) have argued that a partnership doesn’t exist unless HMRC has issued a rental property Partnership Unique Tax Reference number “UTR” and that three years of partnership returns have been submitted and accepted. However, earlier this year I was made aware of HMRC issuing non-statutory clearance for the… Read more

Landlord Incorporation Explained On Video Interview With Ranjan Bhattacharya


This 10 minute video interview about landlord incorporation was recorded in April 2017, just before the doors were opened to what is believed to have been the UK’s largest landlord tax conference ever.  When you watch this video you will learn about the legislation which can mitigate capital gains tax when a landlord business is… Read more

I think our accountant may have messed up


I have been reading your Landlord Tax Tutorials with great interest since the beginning of this year. The penny dropped for me in one of the latest articles and I think my accountants negligence has resulted in my husband and I paying £5,000 a year more in tax than we needed to. I would be… Read more

Accountant Of The Year 2017 – Voted By Landlords


Do your accountants save you more than they charge you? Are they forward thinking? We want to know which accountancy practice is the best in the UK according to landlords and to give them the recognition they deserve. To achieve this we need your help. If you think the accountancy practice you use deserves to… Read more

Just Suppose


Just suppose you only had to pay corporation tax on your retained rental profits. This is currently just 20% and is due to be reduced. Just suppose you could restructure your rental property business so that it becomes unaffected by restrictions on finance cost relief. Just suppose you achieve the above for a total cost of… Read more

No Nonsense Tax Advice For Landlords


Section 24 Tax Problems – Will your mortgage interest payments be taxed? The following breaks down, into three easy sections, the important questions of whether your mortgage interest payments will be taxed from 2017 onward, and if so what you can do about it. Identify the size of the PROBLEM, if indeed there is one at all What… Read more

Must Read Book For Landlords -134 Pre-Sales Already


We now have 134 conditional pre-orders of our book “Our UK Buy-to-Let Tax Strategy” and we haven’t even finished writing it yet! The reason the pre-orders are “conditional” is that no money will be taken and the book will never be published unless we hit our £5,000 target of pre-sales by 23rd October 2016. The book costs… Read more

Landlord Tax Planning Software

Landlord Tax Planning Software


Tax Planning is the core business activity of Property118 Limited. Our landlord tax analysis software is used by 100’s of accountants throughout the UK to compare their clients current business structure to what it would be in a Limited Company. We made it incredibly easy to use, although it can appear quite daunting at first… Read more


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