Owning multiple properties as a residential landlord can be a lucrative way to make some extra money. Many first time landlords are unaware of the tax planning they should consider before proceeding, leading to some mistakes.
With interest rates declining for residential landlords and a new two-year fixed-rate mortgage for buy-to-let properties, now may feel a good time to consider becoming a residential landlord.
But what tax planning should you consider to take advantage of low-interest rates?
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Make sure you are in the know by reading our latest guide today. Our guide gives handy guidance on:
- Stamp Duty Land Tax
- Tax liabilities on rental income
- Capital Gains Tax considerations
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