The great landlord receipt rip off is underway again as property investors scurry around to find expenses to off set against their rental profits.
The common scenario is probably being repeated in homes and up and down the country. Continue reading The Great Landlord Receipts Rip-off is Underway
Guest Blog provided by Steve Sims, author of “Understanding And Paying Less Property Tax For Dummies”.
Little time is left for tax planning as the end of the tax year is nearly upon us – so here are some points to consider before it’s too late from hot topics that have dominated the financial news: Continue reading Use these property tax savers before you lose them
Around 750,000 taxpayers face a shock at the end of the month when they are automatically upgraded to the higher rate tax bracket without earning any more money. Continue reading Couples need to income shift to beat April’s tax changes
Guest Blog provided by Steve Sims, author of ‘Understanding And Paying Less Property Tax For Dummies’. Steve and his wife Amanda also have a boutique accountancy business which specialisis in providing taxation advice and accountancy services for property investors.
Taxpayers who can’t be bothered to work on their financial affairs are gifting the government £13.5 billion a year.
The money comes from unclaimed reliefs and allowances and the payment of unnecessary taxes. Continue reading Billions gifted to the government by lazy taxpayers
Thousands of property tax exiles could face huge bills if a billionaire businessman loses his long-running tax battle with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) at the Supreme Court.
Robert Gaines-Cooper has fought for years against claims for tax dating back to 1982 and lost his case on appeal earlier this year. Continue reading Property tax exiles could face big UK bills