HM Revenue and Customs have now confirmed the penalty system that will be brought in for non-compliance with making tax digital. There has been much concern that the system is too complicated but HMRC appear to feel confident enough in the system to go ahead.
Richard Grayson from Nicholsons Chartered Accountants gives us his top tax tips
Landlords today face a bewildering array of regulations
Bogus pop-up agents raking in money from landlords and tenants.
A recent survey suggests no fewer than 88 per cent of tenants regard cost as the most important deciding factor when choosing a rental property
The chances are you’ll have a very large amount of money invested in your rental property. This is an investment you need to protect. Insurance will not only cover your building, as well as being a requirement for your mortgage (if you have one), but it can also cover your contents
From April 1, privately rented homes in England and Wales must have a minimum Energy Performance Certificate rating of E. Initially, this applies to new tenancies and renewals. It will be rolled out to all existing tenancies by 2020.
Landlords are selling or making home improvement to their existing properties to increase their rental potential, but fewer are building up their portfolios.
Once you have decided to rent out your property, you want as little hassle as possible and good quality and long term tenants. So, using an ARLA Propertymark agent will give you the peace of mind you need
MPs have recently taken part in a debate over whether rent payments should be taken into account when private renters apply for a mortgage to buy their own property