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Landlords are required by law to complete an annual tax return providing details of the income and expenses relating to their rental property, or property portfolio.
The more properties you own, the more complex the calculations, although usually also the greater scope for tax planning.
Even if you own just one property, which is not your principal residence (i.e. your home), tax planning is essential to maximise tax relief in the year and also ensure you don’t fall into any tax traps for the longer-term; for example if you want to sell.
There are also varying tax rules and allowances depending on if your property is a residential property, furnished holiday let, or a commercial property, so specialist advice is essential.
Property tax is generally a complex area of tax planning, as the rules and regulations are always changing.
Particularly in recent years the financial prospects for landlords has been clipped by government campaigns to dampen activity in the rental market making it somewhat less attractive for investors to choose property.
Whilst owning a rental property can still be a lucrative investment, it is vital to ensure you fully understand the tax regime and maximise all opportunities to minimise tax and maximise profits whilst factoring in your personal financial goals.
Remain compliant whilst saving time and tax
AJN’s specialist service for landlords means you can minimise your property tax both in the short and long term.
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