How to Save Property Tax
How to Save Property Tax is widely regarded as the tax bible for property investors.
Now in its 12th year of publication, the latest edition has just been published (June 2014) and is completely up to date.
How to Save Property Tax contains hundreds of tried and tested tax saving ideas - it will show you how to claim every single pound of tax relief you are entitled to.
The guide is written in plain English and is essential reading for ALL property investors including:
- Buy-to-let investors and landlords
- Second home owners
- Those renovating or developing property
- Anyone wanting to know the very latest tax changes
- Anyone wanting tried and tested ways to legally pay less income tax and capital gains tax.
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What Information is Contained in the Guide?
The guide contains dozens of real-life examples and tax planning tips to help you pay less income tax, capital gains tax and other property taxes. It contains all of the tax changes announced in the 2014 Budget and 2014 Finance Bill.
Subjects covered include:
- How couples can save up to £16,873 in income tax every year.
- How to delay paying tax on your rental income by up to 2 years.
- How to keep your income below £50,000 and protect your Child Benefit payments.
- The very latest position regarding tax relief for furnishings and equipment, with extensive advice on what can still be claimed.
- How to get the taxman to pay your travel costs including:
Paying Less Income Tax
- How to treat new kitchens and bathrooms as repairs instead of improvements and make the taxman pay 40% of the cost.
- How to deduct the cost of seminars, courses, and books (like this one!)
- Motoring costs you can claim as a property investor, including the latest changes to car capital allowances.
- The new £50,000 tax relief cap and how it affects property investors.
- New statutory flat rate deductions for use of home and mileage rates for vehicles.
- Capital allowances for integral features: How to benefit from a tax saving of up to £453,000 when you buy commercial property or furnished holiday lets.
- The new tax rules for UK and overseas holiday lets.
- How to make the mortgage on your home tax deductible by borrowing against your buy-to-let properties to pay it off.
- How anyone renovating or developing property can save thousands in tax.
- How to use lease premiums to generate tax-free income.
- How to save hundreds or even thousands of pounds in professional adviser fees.
- How to claim an income tax deduction for some of your professional fees when you buy property.
- How re-mortgaging property can save you thousands in tax... plus the traps to avoid when the property market is weak.
- New dangers facing property partnerships from April 2014.
- A plain English guide to how CGT is calculated.
- How to make tax-free property transfers.
- Fully updated advice on changes to principal private residence relief, with detailed examples showing the impact of reducing the exemption from 3 years to 18 months.
- Numerous examples demonstrating how adopting a property as your own home for a short period is still a very powerful tax planning tool despite recent changes.
- How to pay just 10% capital gains tax by claiming Entrepreneurs Relief.
- How to avoid capital gains tax on second homes.
- How to benefit from main residence elections, despite plans to abolish them in 2015.
- How to use a trust to get extra tax-free capital growth on residential property.
- Ways to avoid capital gains tax even if a property is not your main residence.
- How to enjoy up to 15 years of tax-free capital growth.
- How you CAN escape capital gains tax by selling one property and buying another.
- Ways to reduce the impact of the new tax on non-residents' capital gains from 2015.
- How to use your spouse or children to save £1,000s in capital gains tax.
- How to escape capital gains tax on furnished holiday lets.
- The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme, offering 50% income tax relief, plus the recent extension of CGT relief for SEIS investments.
- Stamp duty planning.
- The correct position regarding National Insurance on property letting businesses.
- Detailed advice on the new 'mansion taxes' applying to residential property worth over £500,000 held by companies and other ‘non-natural persons’
- How to use VAT to help increase your rent.
- VAT planning for commercial property, conversions, renovations and listed buildings.
- The impact of the Scottish independence referendum and the tax changes affecting property in Scotland.
Capital Gains Tax
Stamp Duty, VAT & Other Taxes
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