Category: NLA Lobby

Landlord tax changes: Are you about to be pushed up a tax bracket?

The most significant change to the way that landlords with borrowings are being taxed is introduced today. Here’s what you need to know. Who is affected? The changes will affect all landlords with finance costs associated with letting their properties, although in this blog we refer primarily to mortgage interest costs, because buy-to-let borrowing is … Continue reading Landlord tax changes: Are you about to be pushed up a tax bracket?

Does anybody want the landlord vote?

Thursday 5th May – the first electoral test for Cameron and Corbyn following 363 days of the first Conservative majority government since the ‘90s. While the elections taking place are local in nature, recent polling of our members has thrown up some interesting results when compared with one carried out prior to the general election … Continue reading Does anybody want the landlord vote?

We will fight them on the beaches: addressing the ‘unforeseen’ consequences of the Budget

We will fight them on the beaches: addressing the ‘unforeseen’ consequences of the Budget Further to our work mentioned in our previous blog on the issue, the NLA has continued work lobbying on the Budget to address the ‘unforeseen’ consequences, with the loss of mortgage interest tax relief being the major focus of the policy … Continue reading We will fight them on the beaches: addressing the ‘unforeseen’ consequences of the Budget