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Autumn Budget 2017 – What Letting Agents Need to Know

The Chancellor has today (22nd November) delivered the Autumn Budget. This briefing sets out the key policy announcements impacting on the private rented sector (PRS) and landlords’ businesses. Full details can be found here. First and foremost, alcohol duties remained … Continue reading

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Finance Bill gets laundered…

If you’ll excuse the pun, laundering is usually a dirty word in the world of finance but thanks to parliamentary ‘wash-up’ I think I can get away with using it just this once. Thanks to Mrs May’s desire to go … Continue reading

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Quarterly tax reporting; Four times the fun!

Avid readers of HMRC press releases (and who isn’t) will be well-aware of the Government’s intention to move towards quarterly tax reporting, as part of their programme aimed at modernising the collection of tax. The ‘Making Tax Digital’ programme has … Continue reading

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Impending landlord tax changes will hurt agents too

UPDATE: April 2017 – it’s happened, as of now the removal of relief for finance costs has begun! UPDATE: There’s still no let up from HM Treasury about this ‘tenant tax’ but it’s good to see that more dissenting voices … Continue reading

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