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?
Category: Turnover Tax
They say a week is a long time in politics so the fortnight since our last lobbying update must seem like an eternity to some. For us however, it often seems there aren't enough hours in the day as the Government continues to implement numerous policies which affect landlords at breakneck speed with, in some … Continue reading Lobbying Update: A fortnight in the life…
NLA lobbying hard to make sure landlords can cope with post Section 24 world.
Handed down to the UK through the catchy-named European Union Directive 2002/91/EC, Energy Performance Certificates have been the cause of many a headache for landlords since their introduction through the infamous Home Information Packs in 2007. In 2012 we saw the tightening on regulations mandating EPCs for the private rented sector, and just last year … Continue reading Is this the end of the EPC?
NLA Chief Executive, Richard Lambert, discusses the NLA's decision to donate £10,000 to the 'Tenant Tax' legal fund. The last few days will be the nearest I will get to living the life of Jack Bauer from the TV series 24. To say they have been eventful is an understatement and so I thought members … Continue reading NLA Donates to Tenant Tax Fund