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Non-resident landlord companies are being brought within the scope of UK corporation tax from 6 April 2020. This means that they will no longer be liable to income tax on their profits but will be liable to UK corporation tax instead.
Andy White, Senior Partner at CBW, explains what portfolio landlords need to know about the new buy-to-let tax rules and how to beat them.
Andy White, Senior Partner at London accountants CBW, explains why residential property investors should be popping corks as the window of opportunity opens.
The government has at last published the draft legislation announced in the 2016 Budget to tax non-residents who trade in UK land or who develop UK land for resale.