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As a Non-Resident Buy-To-Let landlord (“NRL”) it is important that you are aware of the associated tax regulations and the implications they may have on you and your investment.
As a Non-Resident Buy-To-Let landlord ("NRL") it is important that you are aware of the associated tax regulations and the implications they may have on you and your investment.
This is why Parker Cavendish Chartered Accountants has created an accessible guide to the tax issues relating to Buy-To-Let. Good tax planning is always key. The way you implement, manage and run your tax affairs can have a major impact upon your property investments and their financial profitability.
Our comprehensive guide provides invaluable information about Self-Assessment Tax Return and Capital Gains Tax matters that you will encounter. From the property purchase to the eventual day of sale, this guide will help you to avoid the common tax pitfalls and help you to make tax work for your business and so ultimately provide you with extra cash to invest.
The guide can be downloaded from here.
All figures in this Guide are correct as of April 2019.
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