How landlords are taxed on rental income Is UK property a bad investment? 1 week ago   01:42

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http://www.which.co.uk/money/tax/income-tax/guides/tax-on-property-and-rental-income/buy-to-let-mortgage-tax-relief-changes-explained?utm_campaign=video_money&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube_channel&utm_content=LandlordTax&utm_term=description

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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Craig Boardman
Hi there, I currently earn £26,500 a year plus I have a rental property earning me £660 a month on top of my salary.
I have plans to expand my property portfolio.
I've heard that it's more tax friendly to buy my next property investments through a limited company?
Could someone please help me?
Tiffany Wu
This is so good,but I’m in us(cry)
Karen Evans
Thank you for this. This, I take assumes tax for personal allowances. How does it work for Trusts?
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Is UK property a bad investment? How landlords are taxed on rental income 1 week ago   11:05

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The UK housing market has trounced inflation for much of the last two decades, but we think that may be about to change. Rising interest rates, lower real wage growth and the prospect of a Government correcting the supply-demand imbalance are set to weaken the prospects for UK house prices.

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The government's "Fixing our broken housing market" white paper sets out a plan to increase the level of housebuilding to meet demand

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