HMRC have organised a Twitter Q & A event for Landlords

by Property 118

10:23 AM, 16th October 2015
About 3 years ago

HMRC have organised a Twitter Q & A event for Landlords

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HMRC have organised a Twitter Q & A event for Landlords

HMRC Twitter#UKLANDLORDS HM Revenue and Customs have organised a Twitter Questions and Answers event for landlords on Tuesday the 20th October 2015.

HMRC on (@HMRC customers) will be answering questions for landlords on current tax rules between 18:00 and 19:00.

The HMRC Twitter only event is aimed at helping landlords understand their obligations and regulations and will be held for 3 hours between 6pm and 9pm. This will include representatives from the Association of Residential Letting Agents, the Residential Landlord Association, the Residential Letting Agents, the National Landlord Association and Mydeposits.

To Join in you need to send your questions to the correct Twitter handle below including the hashtag #UKlandlords.

Full timetable of the event:

  • 18:00 – 19:00: HMRC on (@HMRC customers) Landlords questions on current tax rules
  • 19:00 – 19:30: the Residential Landlord Association on (@RLA_News) Landlords questions on required official documents
  • 19:30 – 20:00: the Association of Residential Letting Agents (@arla_UK) Lanldords questions about dealing with letting agents
  • 20:00 – 20:30: the National Landlord Association on (@nationalandlord) Landlords questions concerning end of tenancy issues
  • 20:30 – 21:00: Mydeposits on (@mydeposits) Landlords questions regarding  protecting tenant deposits


Comments

Dr Rosalind Beck

13:20 PM, 17th October 2015
About 3 years ago

Why talk about current tax rules? We all know about them. The only thing we want to talk about is the impending lunatic tax. The way they've put 'current tax rules' might mean they are refusing to talk about the biggest attack on landlords in history. So my question would then be: 'Why are you refusing to talk about the biggest attack on landlords in history? A grossly unfair tax on a cost, which will be re-defined as taxable income.

Mark Shine

8:39 AM, 19th October 2015
About 3 years ago

I see that in a thread started by Pipllman on that anti landlord forum abt this Twitter event, the nice folk there are planning another hijack attempt. What a surprise...

Jon Pipllman

9:32 AM, 19th October 2015
About 3 years ago

You are correct that I started a thread about it on a couple of other forums

You are probably correct that some (from there) will abuse the event - they shouldn't

Like almost all of these twitterins, I suspect this one is unlikely to achieve what the organisers intend it to

I foresee that very few questions will be answered 'live' on the night. It will mostly be a one sided barrage of platitudes and links to very general information supplied by the tweeters on the organisers side.

Mark Shine

16:40 PM, 19th October 2015
About 3 years ago

'You are probably correct that some (from there) will abuse the event'

^ Jon do you mean like the guy who recently 'published' a book and made a youtube Hitler video, both of which featured members of the P118 in a very derogatory manner? I see he's on Twitter promoting his book and his hatred for P118. I've also just seen that yesterday you posted on that forum to suggest that the same individual should be a guest on a particular and uniquely natured TV show .... and you later even proposed starting a petition to make that possible.

I'm not sure if those suggestions of yours were meant to tease them (from the inside) ?? but if so, the irony was very much lost on them.

Jon Pipllman

16:55 PM, 19th October 2015
About 3 years ago

I don't know if bland unsight is a twitterer or not. Participants in tomorrow's HMRC event will find out I expect.

As the author of that 'shoblerant', he would be a good guest for the Keiser Report - his views are very similar to Max's on how the UK property market has worked over the last decade or so and Max likes guests that agree with the way he sees things.

I have no intention to tease any poster on any forum.

Jon Pipllman

20:06 PM, 20th October 2015
About 3 years ago

As I suspected, it was a non event really


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