D LETTINGHM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) inthoduced the Let Pover theee years ago At mat time iIt was expected to last eighteen monthsThis is because, although shehowtvet, ot the time of writing no end date has been set. Campaignssuch as the Letfuture tax for HMRC by bringing previously non-compliant individuals into n expense of her letting.thetoooon systemHMRC is increasingy torgeting residential landlords who have notpreviously made a full disclosure of ther income. They have aocess the leting agency.to data from an increasing number of sources including letting ogentsthe land registry, mortgage lenders, tenancy deposit schemes and evensocial media toidentity landlords who are not declaring theit rentalincome.If you dont make a voluntary disclosure now and HMRC finds out laterProperty Campaign tdecare the rent to HMRCPEARSON MAYuses al the Income from theetting, that use ls private andCHARTERED ACCOUNTANTSCHARTERED TAX ADvisehe can deduct allowableexpenses ond any fees paidOriginated in 1841hese ore just a few examplesof relatively commonmisconceptons. but make noyou receive incomefrom property then the onus iscomectly declare thatncome and pay any tax dueto HMRC within the requiredoucould sutter higher penalties of up to 100% of the unpaid tax or evenface criminal prosecutionmistake,n you toThe Let Property Campaign is an opportunity for landlonds sentingout residential properties to come forward and report any previouslyundeclared rental Income and expendture to HMRC, pay any tax thatthey owe, and beneft from more favourable penaties It is a voluntarydisclosure opportunity. The scheme cannot be used by limited companies The first step to moke use of theor trusts renting out residential property, nor con it be used in tespect of the Propertyetting of commercial propertybe done using their online notf oation form. A notfication must be madeThere are a number of scenarios where people may misunderstand therules and so fail to declone income from leting property to HMRC, on theassumption that there is no need to. Take the following few examples forinstancetor each individual so property is owned jointly by husband and wifeYou then have 90 days to make full disclosure and pay any tax andAs part of the disclosure. calculations of any profit or loss made on thefor exmple, two separate notifications will be required..Samantha moved to Bath to work and purchased a flat to live in whenaties that are dueshe got there. Affer a while, she moved in with her partner. Rather thenAt Pearson May we specialise in afull range of accountancy servicesto help you maximise your profitsand minimise the tax you have to paysel her fiat, which she saw as a good investment she decided to rent property rental's)must be prepared for the relevant years and included ont out. The rental income just covered the mortgoge payments so she the disclosure forms. The amount of tax payable on any rental profits mustwasn't making a profit and didn't inform HMRC Samantha hod not aso be disclosed on the form. This will depend on the levell of your otherrea sed that only the interest element of her mortgoge repayments taxoble income in each tax year in questionare an allowable expense for tax purposes. Therefone, she sshould haveYou must aso calculate the penaties and interest payable when you. toild HMRC about her rental income and paid tox on her rental profts. moke the disclosure. You are asked to decide the level of penalty that you. Rob has purchased a flat for his son Alex as his accommodation whileconsider should be charged. This will depend on the facts of the case andhe is at university. Rob is responsible for the uthlity bills and morgoge he reason for not making the disclosure previouslypayments Alex makes no payments regarding the flat to his father, It isreilatively spocious and two of Alex's triends move in with him, payingrent to Rob. As the amangements with the flatmates cre informa underthe Let Property Campaign We can ensure that you make a claimRob feels he is dong them a to our and beleves that such intornal elgble expenses to reduce your trable ncome and prepareamrangements do not give rse to taxoble income. However, Rob needs computations of tax, interest and penaties to be disclosed. Please contactto declare the income to HMRC after deducting allowable expenses. us if you would like any assistonceThose expenses willneed to be odjusted further to exclude Alex's shore. TJenniter has moved in to a residential care home and is renting out her wthout obaining specific advice.former home through a letting agency who she believes would havetold her if thene was lax to pay.As Jennifer does not make any profit fromthe rents (hey all go to pay her core home fees) she believes she doesnot have to return the income to HMRC However. Jennifer does needChippenham01249 444666We have assisted many new clents with making voluntary disclosuresBath01225 460491Trowbridge01225 764441The above is for general guidance only and no action should be takenMartin Bridle CTA ATT FMAATwww.pearsonmay.co.ukTrowbridge, Chippenham and Bath

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D LETTING HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) inthoduced the Let P over theee years ago At mat time iIt was expected to last eighteen monthsThis is because, although she howtvet, ot the time of writing no end date has been set. Campaigns such as the Let future tax for HMRC by bringing previously non-compliant individuals into n expense of her letting. thetoooon system HMRC is increasingy torgeting residential landlords who have not previously made a full disclosure of ther income. They have aocess the leting agency. to data from an increasing number of sources including letting ogents the land registry, mortgage lenders, tenancy deposit schemes and even social media toidentity landlords who are not declaring theit rentalincome. If you dont make a voluntary disclosure now and HMRC finds out later Property Campaign tdecare the rent to HMRC PEARSON MAY uses al the Income from the etting, that use ls private and CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS CHARTERED TAX ADvise he can deduct allowable expenses ond any fees paid Originated in 1841 hese ore just a few examples of relatively common misconceptons. but make no you receive income from property then the onus is comectly declare that ncome and pay any tax due to HMRC within the required oucould sutter higher penalties of up to 100% of the unpaid tax or even face criminal prosecution mistake, n you to The Let Property Campaign is an opportunity for landlonds senting out residential properties to come forward and report any previously undeclared rental Income and expendture to HMRC, pay any tax that they owe, and beneft from more favourable penaties It is a voluntary disclosure opportunity. The scheme cannot be used by limited companies The first step to moke use of the or trusts renting out residential property, nor con it be used in tespect of the Property etting of commercial property be done using their online notf oation form. A notfication must be made There are a number of scenarios where people may misunderstand the rules and so fail to declone income from leting property to HMRC, on the assumption that there is no need to. Take the following few examples for instance tor each individual so property is owned jointly by husband and wife You then have 90 days to make full disclosure and pay any tax and As part of the disclosure. calculations of any profit or loss made on the for exmple, two separate notifications will be required. .Samantha moved to Bath to work and purchased a flat to live in when aties that are due she got there. Affer a while, she moved in with her partner. Rather then At Pearson May we specialise in a full range of accountancy services to help you maximise your profits and minimise the tax you have to pay sel her fiat, which she saw as a good investment she decided to rent property rental's)must be prepared for the relevant years and included on t out. The rental income just covered the mortgoge payments so she the disclosure forms. The amount of tax payable on any rental profits must wasn't making a profit and didn't inform HMRC Samantha hod not aso be disclosed on the form. This will depend on the levell of your other rea sed that only the interest element of her mortgoge repayments taxoble income in each tax year in question are an allowable expense for tax purposes. Therefone, she s should have You must aso calculate the penaties and interest payable when you . toild HMRC about her rental income and paid tox on her rental profts. moke the disclosure. You are asked to decide the level of penalty that you . Rob has purchased a flat for his son Alex as his accommodation while consider should be charged. This will depend on the facts of the case and he is at university. Rob is responsible for the uthlity bills and morgoge he reason for not making the disclosure previously payments Alex makes no payments regarding the flat to his father, It is reilatively spocious and two of Alex's triends move in with him, paying rent to Rob. As the amangements with the flatmates cre informa underthe Let Property Campaign We can ensure that you make a claim Rob feels he is dong them a to our and beleves that such intornal elgble expenses to reduce your trable ncome and prepare amrangements do not give rse to taxoble income. However, Rob needs computations of tax, interest and penaties to be disclosed. Please contact to declare the income to HMRC after deducting allowable expenses. us if you would like any assistonce Those expenses willneed to be odjusted further to exclude Alex's shore. T Jenniter has moved in to a residential care home and is renting out her wthout obaining specific advice. former home through a letting agency who she believes would have told her if thene was lax to pay.As Jennifer does not make any profit from the rents (hey all go to pay her core home fees) she believes she does not have to return the income to HMRC However. Jennifer does need Chippenham 01249 444666 We have assisted many new clents with making voluntary disclosures Bath 01225 460491 Trowbridge 01225 764441 The above is for general guidance only and no action should be taken Martin Bridle CTA ATT FMAAT www.pearsonmay.co.uk Trowbridge, Chippenham and Bath

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