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Landlord Interest

How to Protect Yourself from the
Big Cut in Tax Relief

By Carl Bayley BSc ACA & Nick Braun PhD

In the July 2015 Budget the Government dropped a tax bombshell on landlords who own residential property.

Starting in April 2017 landlords will no longer enjoy full tax relief on their mortgage interest. As a result many will pay thousands of pounds more income tax.

This guide explains how the new rules will operate and what you can do to beat the tax increase, including:

Landlord Interest is essential reading for:

The second edition was published in April 2016 and is completely up to date (unaffected by November 2016 Autumn Statement).

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The Tax Change in a Nutshell

Starting in April 2017, tax relief on interest and other finance costs paid by residential landlords will be reduced over a period of four years.

Landlords will no longer enjoy 40% or 45% tax relief on their interest payments. Instead tax relief will be capped at 20%.

The way the change has been designed means that many landlords who are currently basic-rate taxpayers will end up as higher-rate taxpayers, paying tax at 40%.

Many landlords will face additional tax "penalties" including losing their child benefit, losing their income tax personal allowances and paying tax at the 45% additional rate. In some cases the result will be a significant drop in income (50% in one of our examples).

The good news is there are lots of things you can do to reduce the tax sting! For example, if you use a company to invest in property your tax relief will not be reduced. The guide contains a detailed look at the benefits and drawbacks of using a company.

What Information is Contained in the Guide?

Subjects covered include:

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About the Authors

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Carl Bayley BSc ACA Carl began his career as a chartered accountant over 30 years ago and is now one of the country’s most respected tax experts. He is the Chairman of the Tax Faculty of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and is also a member of the Institute’s governing Council.

Nick Braun PhD is Taxcafe's Managing Director and has been involved in the tax publishing world since 1989 as a writer, editor and publisher.


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