Buy To Let property expenses

Some accounting tips

SDLT

SDLT & Linked Transactions

Where two or more property transactions involve the same buyer and seller, they may be ‘linked’ for SDLT purposes which can mean you pay more SDLT than you would if they were dealt with individually.

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• Selling the buy-to-let property at a loss

Selling your BTL (buy-to-let) property at a loss

Many landlords are struggling due to non-payment of rent or empty properties because of the pandemic, and some landlords are now thinking about selling their buy-to-let property to help ease their financial hardship. But what happens if you sell your buy-to-let at a loss? In this blog, we go through a couple of examples to help illustrate how to deal with this scenario.

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Company car ‘availability’ during the Covid-19 pandemic

Company car ‘availability’ during the Covid-19 pandemic

HMRC have published guidance for employers on the tax treatment of various expenses and benefits provided to employees during the coronavirus pandemic in which they specifically address the extent to which a company car remains available for an employee’s private use. We explain what it means in practice in today’s blog.

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Flexible Furloughing

Flexible Furloughing

Do you know that the furlough scheme has changed? From 1 July, a grant claim can only be made if the employee was previously furloughed for at least three consecutive weeks before 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020. We explain more in today’s blog.

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