Property Investment

Whiting & Partners has worked with many property related clients across the Eastern Region for many years and we are here to advise during the highs and lows of the property market.

Our experts have in-depth knowledge of the industry as well as an understanding of the various legislation and unique requirements facing this sector.

We can help your property business thrive through our compliance and advisory services which include, but are not limited to –

  • Capital Gains Tax Advice
  • Preparation of Annual Rental Accounts
  • Personal/ Corporate ownership advice
  • Non-resident Landlords
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax

We can also help answer questions such as

  • How are rental transactions taxed?
  • What is rent-a-room relief?
  • How do I qualify for lettings exemption?
  • How should I structure my business for minimum tax exposure?

Our Property Investors Group meet regularly throughout the year, with representatives from across the firm discussing current affairs impacting the sector as well as ensuring the team are up to date with recent legislative changes.

The group has also developed a number of ‘brief guides’ which are updated on a regular basis and are available to download –

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Latest Blogs in Property Investment
 
Ian Piper
15th February 2016 SDLT Changes

+3% Extra Stamp Duty Land Tax: Unless you purchase before 1 April. Property investing clients will be aware than plans for a 3% stamp duty land tax surcharge for property purchases over £40k of second homes and  buy-to-lets are due to come into effect on 1 April 2016. This leaves a small window of opportunity…

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Adrian Pepper
5th February 2016 Property Tax Compliance

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED): Threshold reduced. The ATED charge applies to companies which own residential properties. On 1 April 2016, the lower threshold will be reduced from £1 million to £500,000. This will mean that many more companies will be caught within the ATED rules. The deadline for submission of the 2016/17 forms,…

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Richard Alecock
25th November 2015 Residential Property Tax

Property Investors: Chancellor announces further tax changes. In his Autumn Statement George Osborne has announced two significant further tax changes for residential property investors: Firstly, Stamp Duty Land Tax rates will be increased by3% on purchases of residential properties, such as buy to let properties and second homes. This measure takes effect from 1 April…

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