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New Buy To Let Proposals Could Mean Landlords are Thousands of Pounds Worse Off
08 Mar 2016
March 8, 2016
RSM is excited to launch its new Landlord Buy-To-Let Tax Event for March 2016!
It is important that Landlords understand the changes that will affect anyone buying or owning a buy-to-let property in the UK as they may affect the profitability of many buy-to-let portfolios, however small or large they are.
From 1 April 2016, higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (‘SDLT’) will be charged on the purchase of additional UK residential properties. This will impact buy to let investors.
Of more concern is that from 2017 higher rate tax relief will be withdrawn over a 4 year period on finance costs on buy to let properties.
Landlords will eventually only be able to claim tax relief at the basic tax rate of 20%, instead of 40% or 45% for those in higher or top rate income tax brackets respectively.
With these changes only 15 months away, it is important to structure portfolios of any size correctly to minimise the impact of these changes.
Event: Landlord Buy-To-Let Tax Changes
Date: Tuesday 8 March | 9.30am – 10.30pm
Venue: RSM, Number One, Lanyon Quay, Belfast, BT1 3LG
To confirm your attendance, please email:
Clare Galloway – email@example.com
Business Development & Compliance Manager
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