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If you receive rental property which generates you an income that exceeds your total expenses, allowances, and reliefs, then you are required to pay tax on this income by submitting a tax return to HMRC. If your rental property generates a loss, you may want to voluntarily disclose it because this allows you to make use of the loss in the future should the property turn profitable.
If you lease out real estate, you must pay income tax on the difference between the rent income you collected and any allowable expenses and charges during the tax year. Our landlord tax accountants can assist you in making sure that you are deducting all of the costs and benefits to which you are entitled.
There are many various strategies that can be employed based on your circumstances, as well it can be difficult to know what maintenance and repairs can be written off on your property and how you should be structuring you property holding. To maximise your tax position and meet your needs, we can help you decide by going over your options with you.
The way furnished holiday rentals are treated for tax purposes has undergone significant modifications. HMRC has tightened the requirements to be eligible, and the benefits have been on a steady decline. With this being said, it’s more important than it ever has been to ensure you’re seeking advice on the requirements and the effects that such status will have on your properties. Our landlord accountants can help guide you through this.