HMRC Internal Manuals ‘Landlord Incorporation’

HMRC Internal Manuals ‘Landlord Incorporation’

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Did you know that HMRC’s internal manuals relating to Landlord Incorporation are published online and can be viewed by the general public?

Below I have published links to these manuals, which can be very insightful for both landlords and their accountants, but they are no replacement for the Consultancy Services provided by Property118 Limited. This is because incorporation is only one of the structures we consider when reviewing a landlords business to determine the optimal tax position. We also help landlords to make applications to HMRC for non-statutory clearance for reliefs to be claimed, in order to provide absolute ‘peace-of-mind’ prior to implementing tax planning strategies where ambiguity exists in regards to the legislation being relied upon.

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Capital Gains Manual: Reliefs: Transfer of a business to a company: Outline: contents

Transfer of a business to a company

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Show Form To Book A Tax Planning Consultation

Form To Book A Tax Planning Consultation

Consultations include new client compliance checks, fact find via email with complimentary software, expert analysis, a detailed written report and recommendations and a 30 minute Q&A session via Skype or telephone. We GUARANTEE total satisfaction or a full refund.
  • Please provide an overview of your circumstances and what you are looking to achieve.

Landlord Tax Planning Consultancy is the core business activity of Property118 Limited (in association with Cotswold Barristers).

There will never be an optimal ‘one-size-fits-all’ business structure for tax purposes. The presentation below provides a useful overview of some of the options you might like to discuss with us.