Buy To Let Tax
The term buy to let tax covers all the taxes paid by property investors including:
- Income tax
- Capital gains tax
- Stamp duty
For over 10 years we at Taxcafe have been publishing a buy-to-let tax planning guide called How to Save Property Tax. This guide explains in plain English how the various taxes affect landlords and property investors and what can be done to legally reduce them. It is packed with real-life examples and case studies.
How to Save Property Tax covers both simple and advanced tax planning techniques. The guide is over 300 pages long, so it really is the buy to let tax bible!
However, don't be put off by the size. You can dip in and out when you need to.
The author is Carl Bayley BSc ACA. Carl is one of the country's most respected tax authors and specialises in buy to let tax planning. He sits on the governing council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and is the vice chairmain of its tax faculty.
Carl's speciality is translating complex tax laws into plain English and providing sensible, tried and tested tax planning ideas.
How to Save Property Tax covers a huge amount of ground. On the rental income side we explain how to pay less income tax by claiming all the tax deductions to which you are entitled.
Buy to let investors can claim a lot of tax deductions, not just related to the properties themselves (eg repairs) but also related to their business, eg computers, motoring costs and home office expenses.
There are a lot of expenses that can be claimed and they are all covered in the guide.
The guide also looks at how you can pay less capital gains tax when you sell properties. Apart from explaining how this tax works, you will find a huge number of tax planning ideas.
For more information about the guide click here: Buy to Let Tax
You can read the first few pages and press and customer reviews..