The most popular articles in Landlord News are undoubtedly those that relate to tax and accountancy advice.
Steve Sims, author of the best selling book ‘Understanding and Paying Less Property Tax for Dummies’, runs our specialist tax and accountancy service.
Steve also writes for tax and business magazines and web sites and was recently invited to talk about changes in furnished holiday let tax rules on BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours program. Continue reading Spotlight on our Tax and Accountancy partners. Landlord News articles about Tax and accountancy are the best read. In this issue we provide more information on the levels of assistance our partners can provide
In this article I look at the differences between owning property as joint tenants, tenants in common or as individuals. I also explain why portfolio landlords who are married couples should own half the properties each in single names and how to deal with property ownership which is not structured for optimal tax purposes right now. Continue reading Is your property portfolio ownership structure optimised to enable you to pay the minimum amount of CGT, income tax and IHT?
Property investors and small businesses are finding problems borrowing as banks and finance institutions have slashed lending by about £13 billion.
The latest annual lending survey by the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) shows about £20 billion a year was available for businesses to borrow in the mid-2000s and this has slipped by around 66% to the current £7 billion a year. Continue reading Don’t bank on the high street lenders to finance your business. The Chief Executive of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers speaks out following a survey of members regarding the true state of the market