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How landlords are taxed on rental income Rental income - UK tax for landlords explained 1 month ago   01:42

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You can reduce your tax bill as a landlord by deducting many of the expenses you incur when letting out a property. Find out how these work and what you can claim

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Rental income - UK tax for landlords explained How landlords are taxed on rental income 1 month ago   05:53

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Renting out a property? This video and notes below explain how you need to tell HMRC and what expenses you can claim against the income. What to do with losses. Minimise your tax bills. Update - note from 6 April 2017 there are restrictions on the tax relief available for loan/mortgage interest.
As before, can never claim the capital repayment.
New rules apply UK & o/seas props.
2017/18 – 75% of interest in full, 25% at basic rate only
2018/19 – 50% of interest in full, 50% at basic rate only
2019/20 – 25% of interest in full, 75% at basic rate only
2020/21 on…interest allowed @ b/rate

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