A to Z of CGT – The Basics of Capital Gains Tax

With Section 24 the hot topic for landlords in recent times, many landlords have been considering their options.  Whilst there are possible ways to mitigate the changes, some landlords have come to the conclusion that they wish to sell their properties.  This can however attract further tax as you would be exposed to the Capital

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To Sell Or Not To Sell? Capital Gains Tax Changes

The October 2018 budget brought even more changes for landlords, with the latest attack on landlords focused on the sale of rental properties and Capital Gains Tax.  So if you are thinking of cashing in, the question is to sell or not to sell?   There have, historically, been some very generous reliefs. However, from

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Is It A Capital Cost, Or Is It A Revenue Cost?

Most landlords, when new to the industry, are genuinely surprised when they find out that they can’t claim every bit of expenditure back against rental profits.  This article explores the differences between capital costs and revenue costs.   First, the mortgage payment. Many accidental landlords believe that the whole of the mortgage payment – capital

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Simple Guide – Capital Gains Tax On Property

One of the most important and significant taxes that landlords pay on their Buy to Let properties is Capital Gains Tax (CGT).This tax becomes payable when the landlord sells a property, so is not required to be paid whilst the landlord is renting the property out and will be a one-off fee at the end

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