Buy To Let property expenses

Some accounting tips

Super-deduction for capital expenditure

Super-deduction for capital expenditure

To encourage companies to invest, enhanced capital allowances are available for expenditure incurred within a limited two-year window. If you’d like your company to benefit from the super-deduction, you’ll need to time your investments carefully.

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Carry Back Of Losses

Take advantage of the enhanced carry back of losses

To help loss-making businesses, legislation is to be introduced to increase temporarily the period for which a business can carry back a loss from one year to three years. If your business has made a loss due to the pandemic, read our short blog which explains the various options available.

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ATED return and charge for 2021

ATED return and charge for 2021

If your limited company owns a high value residential property, you have until 30 April 2021 to file your ATED return for 2021/22. Relief is available in various situations, we cover the 2021 charges and who is eligible for relief in today’s blog.

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Nil Rate Band

Residence nil rate band frozen until April 2026

With the residence nil rate band being frozen until 2026, if you have a high value estate in the family it might be worth planning ahead to make sure you reduce the inheritance tax bill. Our latest blog explains more. #InheritanceTax #TaxPlanning

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SDLT Threshold Increase

Temporary increase in SDLT residential property threshold

The stamp duty increased threshold has been extended until 30 September 2021, with the most favourable increases ending on 30 June 2021. While house sales are taking longer than average, you should still have time to take advantage of the savings.

There’s still time to save on stamp duty tax if your house purchase completes by 30 September 2021. #StampDuty #PropertyMarket

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