Taxation of Landlords

May 10, 2016

It seems there is no end to the current flow of legislative changes which seek to impose additional tax burdens on landlords. From 1 April 2016 Stamp Duty Land Tax increased for additional residential purchases, followed by the abolition of wear and tear allowance and from 6 April 2017 interest relief restrictions will apply. Capital Gains Tax on the sale of residential property is also now set at a higher punitive rate.

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