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  • Converting BTL to Holiday Cottage
    Devonborn
    If a property run as a BTL for many years is converted to holiday accommodation does the lower CGT rate apply immediately. If so , if the property is then sold a few years later is only the lower rate of CGT paid?
    16-06-2018, 09:33 AM
  • Reply to Converting BTL to Holiday Cottage
    jpkeates
    Holiday letting and property investment are two different types of business - your property investment business will cease when you start the holiday let business.

    You'd need an accountant to advise how the two businesses transition for tax purposes.

    However, holiday lets have...
    17-06-2018, 11:00 AM
  • Reply to Converting BTL to Holiday Cottage
    Devonborn
    The property is mortgage free.
    17-06-2018, 07:14 AM
  • Reply to Converting BTL to Holiday Cottage
    Gordon999
    The normal CGT rate is 18% or 28% on capital gains calculated after sale of the asset.

    There is a special 10% rate for retiring business persons after disposal of property assets which were part of the business . You need to consult a tax accountant to ascertain if you can qualify as...
    17-06-2018, 03:59 AM
  • Reply to Converting BTL to Holiday Cottage
    loanarranger
    Is the property subject to a Buy to Let mortgage ?
    16-06-2018, 12:33 PM
  • Expenses on rental property
    royboy1
    Hi
    Can anyone help with this, I have two properties in the uk
    one is rented out, the other was rented out but is now empty and on the market to be sold.
    I pay council tax, service charge, ground rent, plus a company to look after the property that's empty.
    Whilst it’s on the
    ...
    11-06-2018, 12:18 PM
  • Reply to Expenses on rental property
    tatemono
    Yep ... classic
    14-06-2018, 09:33 AM
  • Self Assessment - what to include
    Chocs
    Hi, I'm a first time landlord filling in my first time self assessment tax form, so apologies if these are stupid questions, have had a look through forum but couldn't find conclusive answers.

    My sister and I jointly inherited a flat complete with tenant last summer, I bought her half so...
    12-06-2018, 16:57 PM
  • Reply to Self Assessment - what to include
    Chocs
    Thank you both very much, will get back to it today now i have a better idea what I'm doing! What a helpful place this is
    13-06-2018, 08:06 AM
  • offsetting tax liabilities on different properties
    MOONRIVER
    I own 2 buy to let flats and last October I bought another one so that's 3 altogether. This latest flat needed extensive renovation. We basically gutted it and put in new central heating, rewired, new kitchen, bathroom etc, The work was finished by the end of February but I then noticed that there was...
    12-06-2018, 20:38 PM
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