Buy to Let Tax advice service
We have been coming across a number of clients who are paying too much tax on their existing buy to lets with multiple tenants in them. It’s not their fault, and it’s not even obvious to their accountants who often are multi-facetted not necessarily property tax experts.
The key area that is often missed is the property capital allowance element. If you think you have this covered then good for you but sadly most landlords miss out on this opportunity to save money, which can be as much as 5% to 10% of the property purchase price, and can be claimed retrospectively.
The good news is we have teamed up with specialists in this complex field and can provide a ‘free assessment’ of what your claim might be.
To qualify for the ‘free property capital allowance’ assessment you must meet the following criterion:
- Landlord of either a commercial or residential buy to let which is let to multiple occupants
- UK tax payer
- Limited companies or Limited Liability Partnerships
- Individuals (deriving their income from either PAYE, self employment, investment or dividend income).
- Not available to properties within SIPPs or SASSs.
If this is the case then please download and complete the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org . We are unable to comment on individual cases until this form is received and processed.
Hey! You have nothing to lose, and a successful claim is likely to be substantial.
DISCLAIMER Niche Advice Limited is acting as an introducing source and will not be providing any advice.
Author: Richard Stokes
Richard Stokes is a partner at Niche Advice who are whole of the market Independent Finance Brokers In London. His role is very much focused on on Mortgage and Insurance products.
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