Ward Williams Property Newsletter

A specialist newsletter highlighting important and current issues that may affect property owners and developers is prepared by Ward Williams. If you would like to receive a copy please email: property@wardwilliams.co.uk

Property Newsletter - January 2019

Property Newsletter - January 2019

We are currently in the process of preparing our January Property Newsletter. To receive this newsletter first, please email property@wardwilliams.co.uk to join our Property mailing list.

Property Newsletter - June 2019

Property Newsletter - June 2019

  • Extending CGT to non-residents investing in non-residential UK property.
  • HMRC to speed up capital gains tax payments for residential property sales.
  • Is it time to make or review your Will?
  • Property Investment versus Trading
Property Newsletter - June 2018

Property Newsletter - June 2018

  • Tax relief for residential landlords - How it’s worked out
  • Married Couples & Civil Partners - How should property be held?
  • Your free guide to Investment Property Tax
Ward Williams Property Investment Tax Guide 2019

Ward Williams Property Investment Tax Guide 2019

When you have your own rental business a qualified property tax expert can provide the advice to ensure that you avoid many of the accounting and taxation errors that can easily arise without the correct advice. This expertise can provide a firm financial base to realise a successful property business.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has released a “tax simplification” update confirming that the reporting and paying of income tax and class 1A national insurance contributions (NIC) on benefits-in-kind (BIK) via payroll software will become mandatory from April 2026. This follows the changes made during the 2022/23 reporting season whereby amendments to P11Ds had to be completed electronically, as opposed to the traditional paper route....

Landlords across the UK have started to receive letters from HMRC as part of their ‘One-to-Many’ campaign. This letter focuses on the repair and maintenance costs claimed within the taxpayers 2021/22 tax return.

Since December 2023, HMRC has been reaching out to landlords who completed the property income pages of their 2021/22 tax return and claimed repair and maintenance costs. HMRC’s concern arises from the possibility that some taxpayers may have inadvertently included capital costs within these figures.

Once a Grant of Probate has been issued, you may expect to receive your money quickly if you have been in line to inherit. However, this can vary greatly due to the complexity of the estate, and the possibility of the Will being contested, as well as ...

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