Posts Tagged ‘tax’

Can I give my property to my children?

Episode 64 - Can I give my property to my children?

Considering gifting a property to your loved ones? Make sure you understand the financial implications first. Before giving a property to your children, make sure you understand the rules, and any costs involved. Otherwise, what could be a wonderful gesture can leave a bitter financial taste. There may be a number of reasons you want to…

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New tax year property updates

New tax year property tips

The new tax year has now kicked in from the 6th of April so here’s how it could impact you from a property perspective. 1. Fresh new ISA allowance lands As of today, savers have access to a fresh ISA allowance.Under the terms of the accounts, consumers can save £20,000 into the vehicles each year without having…

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10 Changes landlords need to know about this year

10 Changes landlords need to know about this year

From reduced tax breaks to tougher regulations, in this episode we take a look at the changes that will impact landlords in the year ahead. Landlords have endured a difficult time in recent years with a raft of tax changes and new regulations coming into force. Unfortunately, this trend looks set to continue in 2019,…

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David interviews Julie White – Property Tax Expert – SDLT have you overpaid?

Property Tax interview

In this episode we are delighted to Welcome Julie White from Cornerstone Tax to the Podcast Julie is a Chartered Accountant who has specialised in Tax for the last 30 years and specifically Property Tax since 1999. She has worked in a number of large accountancy firms from Pannell Kerr Forster in Nottingham where she…

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Tax considerations for Landlords

landlord tax considerations

What are the main tax considerations for Landlords?  The Government has hit landlords hard over the past 12 months with changes to the tax they pay and can claim back. Here we outline the tax rules which landlords need to consider. Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) As of 1 April 2016, anyone in England, Wales and…

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