Tax Changes – Winter Is Coming!

Tax Changes – Winter Is Coming!

13:25 PM, 27th October 2015, About 7 years ago

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Tax Changes - Winter Is Coming

TAX SOLUTIONS ARE AVAILABLE …. but be careful who you listen to!

Landlords need to plan for the worst and hope for the best when it comes to the new tax changes.

You should know by now how your own cashflow will be affected if you do nothing. If you don’t, then you can find out for free by downloading and entering your figures into this spreadsheet. The Summer Budget poses the biggest threat to your landlord strategies that could ever be imagined. If numbers and/or spreadsheets are not your thing please discuss this article with your accountant.

A Q&A sheet explaining the problem and the likely unintended consequences associated with George Osborne’s proposals can be downloaded here. Please feel free to copy, print, distribute.


There are always solutions to any problem, some of which are simple and relatively cheap to implement. For example, if the tax changes push you marginally into the high rate tax band but your spouse isn’t a higher rate tax payer then there may be some simple arrangements that can be made to split your rental profits in a more efficient way using a declaration of trust – see this link

However, if your combined finance costs and other taxable incomes are greater than £50,000 (£100,000 for married couples) then you have a much larger problem to tackle.

There are at least another five proven business structures for you to consider, all of which could help you to avoid the disastrous consequences of the restrictions on finance cost relief which were unveiled in George Osborne’s Summer Budget 2015. Some of these tax efficient structures are achievable without incurring CGT and Stamp Duty. By completing the short fact find below we will then be able to provide you with further insight into what can be done.

The lobbying will continue but meanwhile you need to prepare for the worst.

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