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Buy To Let Tax Planning: 2014/2015 [Paperback]

Mr Lee Hadnum
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Book Description

12 Feb 2014
2014/2015 Edition - Fully up to date with the March 2014 Budget changes

Buy To Let ("BTL") landlords have to consider:
  • Income tax
  • Capital gains tax
  • Inheritance tax
  • Stamp duty land tax
on their property holdings.

In this book we look at tax planning techniques that all BTL landlords can consider to reduce the amount of these taxes they pay.

What is included in this Book?

Subjects covered include:
  • A look at the top tax deductions you can claim to reduce your rental profits
  • Important tax changes that arise from the 2014 Budget and that apply from 2015 and 2016
  • How to maximise the amount of interest you can deduct inclduing the capital account rules to widen your interest deduction
  • How your deductions are restricted if you have an overdrawn capital account with your BTL property and how to avoid it
  • How to transfer income to a spouse/child to benefit from lower rates of income tax and the HMRC forms that need to be completed
  • How to calculate the wear and tear allowances and/or capital allowances to reduce your taxable profits
  • When you can claim capital allowances and how to maximise your tax relief
  • All you need to know about setting up your own property management/service company to reduce taxable profits
  • How to get maximum relief for your rental losses
  • The difference between being a property developer and a property investor and how this will impact on you
  • Tax planning for former private residences including PPR relief and the latest changes
  • Claiming additional relief when you rent out a former main residence
  • When you should be reoccupying property before disposal to reduce CGT
  • Flat conversions and claiming principal private residence relief
  • UK tax planning for non residents investing in UK property
  • When you should consider using a property company to own your investment properties to reduce tax
  • Inheritance tax planning for BTL landlords
  • Using trusts to hold BTL property to reduce CGT and inheritance tax
  • How to purchase property for your children tax efficiently
  • Tax treatment of UK and overseas mortgages and how they can be used to reduce CGT, inheritance tax and income tax
  • Restructuring existing property holdings to reduce tax
  • Using a holding company/subsidiary group structure for large property holdings

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Product details

  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (12 Feb 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1495916545
  • ISBN-13: 978-1495916540
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 15 x 22.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,289 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Lee Hadnum LLB FCA CTA is is one of the UK's leading tax authors. He is an award winning Chartered Accountant/Chartered Tax Adviser and is the Editor of: and

Lee offers free tax planning help, books and reports to his site members.

Lee is a rarity among tax advisers, having both legal and chartered accountancy qualifications. He studied law at the University of Manchester before training as both a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA). He worked for Ernst & Young for several years in their Entrepreneurial Services department and has been writing tax planning books since 2005.

Lee's books have been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including The Times and The Guardian.

When he is not writing Lee enjoys travelling as well as watersports and running.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exactly What I Needed! 9 Jan 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
I doubt that many people find tax books revolutionary or inspiring, and I won't sit here and say that this book changed my life, but it certainly made a relatively boring, yet essential, part of life a heck of a lot easier to handle. All of the different examples and stories that Lee Hadnum uses weren't all relevant to my situation (obviously), but I think he covered a huge base of potential situations in a clear way. I think this book could help plenty of people that are looking to buy property in the UK, as I have already done. I read this book too late to help me in my past purchases, but I am very glad that I have this knowledge now, since I am considering buying more property outside London in the future. This book won't be perfect for everyone, but it will certainly help those people who want to save some money and hassle when buying to let or to live. His experience as a financial adviser are clear; he knows the tips and tricks that it would have been nice to know in the past, and will definitely be nice to know about in the future. I won't say it was "interesting" per se, but it is pretty darn close to essential if you're serious about buying property in the UK.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good for tax planning for rental income 24 May 2014
By Panche
I bought this primarily as I was interested in reducing income tax on rental income from my 3 rented properties (as I'm a 40 percent taxpayer).

I was very pleased with this. It gave me an excellent summary of exactly what I can and can't claim and the section on financing costs in particular was very good. It's provided a number of avenues for me to enhance my deductible expenses. I can recommend this book for this reason alone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Informative all around 13 Jan 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Personally, I need something concise, but considering the subject matter, it can't always be. This book covers everything from reducing income tax on rental income, how a lease premium is taxed, reviews overseas mortgages, and much more. The break-downs and definitions are cleanly laid out, something I need, as I can easily get overwhelmed. If you are a little fuzzy about this kind of stuff and need things bulleted-out neatly, this book is for you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to read and extremely useful 26 Jun 2014
By Ognen
This is a great tax book. Very educational, easy to read and with great amount of useful information. Recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Tax Book! 25 Jun 2014
By Michael
I've read a few tax books, and whilst they're not as a rule "enjoyable" they are useful in finding out new tips and tricks to reduce the amount of tax I'm paying. This book definitely hit the mark here. There were a lot of topics covered and more importantly a lot of opportunities to reduce taxes rather than just explaining how the tax is calculated. Well worth a read if you have any BTL properties.
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