30 July 2020
As a result of the coornavirus pandemic, many tenants are suffering a loss of income and want to vary the terms of their lease with their landlord. Read here for details of HMRC’s announced tax changes as a measure to preserve income for landlords.
17 June 2020
Has your house purchase stalled because of the coronavirus pandemic? There are two reliefs available to buyers of new homes, which could result in significant savings.
22 May 2020
Find out what tax considerations real estate companies or groups need to consider in the current coronavirus situation regarding travel restrictions.
17 April 2020
The move to the corporation tax regime for non-resident companies letting out UK real estate, will have a significant impact on the way they calculate their taxable rental profits, compliance processes and the timing of when tax payments will become due.
11 March 2020
There has been announcements in the 2020 Budget that will impact the real estate and construction sectors. This includes moves to restrict brought forward capital losses and to streamline non-UK resident companies move to corporation tax.
08 August 2019
The Government has issued a consultation paper on their proposals to charge an extra 1 per cent stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for non-resident purchasers of residential property. Find out how this could affect you.
23 July 2019
Now that non-resident companies are subject to UK corporation tax on their capital gains, HMRC have published guidelines on how to register for corporation tax. Find out when to register and what may be expected.
30 November 2018
In recent years, property owners have seen quite a range of new taxes and tax rises, mainly aimed at residential property ownership. These have included stamp duty land tax rises, the introduction of the annual tax on enveloped dwellings (ATED) aimed at residential property held via companies, capital gains tax for non-UK resident owners and inheritance tax charges where property is held via an overseas company. Next year sees the introduction of a swathe of new taxes, and this time it's commercial property that's in the Chancellor's sights.
The two largest expenses of a buy to let business are capital expenditure and the interest deduction. At RSM we can advise you on the most tax efficient arrangements to help you finance and structure the purchase of a property and help you evaluate your existing portfolio.