Landlords apply for your Tax Rebate Today

Whether you are a new landlord/landlady or have been dealing with your own property portfolio for years, you may appreciate that there is a minefield of information relating to filling in tax returns properly and reduce your tax liability to a minimum. It is a mandatory requirement that Landlords submit a yearly Tax Return to declare their rental income. […]

Whether you are a new landlord/landlady or have been dealing with your own property portfolio for years, you may appreciate that there is a minefield of information relating to filling in tax returns properly and reduce your tax liability to a minimum.

It is a mandatory requirement that Landlords submit a yearly Tax Return to declare their rental income.  

Not only must a tax return include details of the income you receive, it must also include details of all sources of income, legitimate business expenses and ultimately the taxable profit, from which the tax liability ‘(tax bill’) is calculated. It’s vital that you choose a tax agent that understands the complex UK tax system in order to minimise your tax liability.

   

We know what you can claim tax relief on, what legitimate expenses you are allowed to offset against your profit and which ones what you are not allowed to use. You can obviously attempt to submit a tax return yourself but mistakes can be costly! Generally, the cost of using our services will pay foer itself in relations to the tax you’ll save.

 

If you live overseas but rent a property in the UK through a letting agent then it’s highly likely you are part of the Non Resident Landlord (NRL) scheme. If this is your case, you would actually pay 20% income tax at source, which means that you would definitely be overpaying tax. As an experienced tax agent, we understand the allowances and tax breaks that will allow us to claim the maximum refund value possible.

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Our simple three-step process

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Step 1

Get in touch

Fill out our online form or give us a call. We just need some basic information like your employment history.

Step 2

Get an estimate

We'll give you an estimate on how much you might be due, and let you know how we can help you get it all back.

Step 3

Get paid

We will apply for your refund and do all the legwork with chasing up HMRC on the status of your application.